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Ships Large Zipper Tote

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Handmade, sustainable textile design by Jenna Rose $68.00

At her studio in Hamilton, Ontario, Jenna Fenwick creates handmade, sustainable textile products under the Jenna Rose banner. After drawing illustrations by hand, she screen prints the drawings using non-toxic water-based pigments on natural and organic materials. From the Jenna Rose collection comes this Ships Large Zipper Tote, featuring her original illustration of ships and waves printed......read more

Muslin Swaddling Blankets by Coyuchi

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These organic cotton blankets for your wee ones can do double duty as scarves for you $58.00

For the best quality organic textiles, we always turn north to Coyuchi, the Point Reyes, California-based maker of fabrics for the home. The company's latest collection includes these Muslin Swaddling Blankets, featuring an airy plaid print in two tasteful color schemes. Designed with babies in mind, the 100 percent organic cotton blankets can easily double as nursing covers or even as scarves......read more

Christopher Payne: Textiles

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Striking photographs of a vanishing American industry

Trained as an architect, Christopher Payne today practices as a photographer specializing in forgotten buildings and relics of industry. From mental hospitals and power substations to obsolete factories, Payne works the neglected corners of the American landscape. His Textiles series examines--you guessed it--the northeastern textile industry, which since the late 20th century has been decimated......read more

Everyday Napkins by Ambatalia

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US-made textiles in a blend of organic cotton and hemp $52.00

Bay Area textile maker Ambatalia is helping ignite the shift away from single-use disposables, by producing lovingly crafted, multi-functional linens for everyday use. Like these napkins, for example, which can be used not only on the kitchen table, but also with school lunches, to wrap a sandwich to go, moistened and laid over veggies in the fridge, or even as wash cloths. Beautiful, sustainable......read more

Ars Natura: Fragile Blue Globe

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The story of the COP15 logo.

The sketchy, ephemeral blue globe which served as the official logo for the COP15 climate talks in Copenhagen has in interesting story. The UN in conjunction with the Danish Ministry of Culture launched a design competition in the early part of the year to create an identity for what would become the most important climate summit in history. The judges received hundreds of entries and selected a......read more

Scraplights Disc by Graypants

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Cardboard scraps brilliantly repurposed as light fixtures $279.00

Seattle-bred design collective Graypants turns heads with their handmade Scraplights, which proudly tell the story of the journey from dull, discarded cardboard box to  stunning, unique light fixtures. The Scraplights come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to fit any space. Here we feature our favorite, the Disc-16, which instills a curvaceous new spirit into salvaged pieces of......read more

Graypants Recycled Scrap Lights - Hive

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Gorgeous reuse and brilliant design. $219.00

Graypants use their scrap lights to proudly tell the story of their journey from being a dull, discarded cardboard box to becoming a stunning, unique light fixture. Instilling new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard, a scrap light’s lively play on light and shadow invigorates once lifeless materials....read more

Graypants Recycled Scrap Lights - Bell

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Gorgeous reuse and brilliant design. $479.00

Graypants use their scrap lights to proudly tell the story of their journey from being a dull, discarded cardboard box to becoming a stunning, unique light fixture. Instilling new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard, a scrap light’s lively play on light and shadow invigorates once lifeless materials....read more

David Byrne's Bike Racks

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Renowned artist/environmentalist has some fun with bike rack design in New York City.

Is (Via Treehugger / Fast Co Design) Images: Decker Yeadon...read more

Stump Stools

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Handsome indoor/outdoor stools made from a fallen Northwest rainforest maple tree . $570.00

Vancouver-based Cumulus Project is an online concept store offering one unique object for sale at any given time. Once it sells, the next item is unveiled. The project debuts with this wonderful set of three Stump Stools made from a fallen maple tree found on the forest floor in Storm Bay, B.C. The upholstery is white leather and copper tacks over sustainably-harvested-latex foam. Small,......read more

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