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green bin

What is your inspiration? A chewing gum, a bicycle chain or just plain sugar.

London based designer Anna Bullus not only takes inspiration from these everyday things but also uses them as mediums!

She invents and crafts new products from these materials, products which are fun, clever and environment friendly!


                                    bubble gum bin

Anna Bullus has invented a new material from used chewing gum and bio resin for making a bubble gum bin called Gumnetic. This bin collects raw material in the form of discarded chewing gum which is then used to make more bins!

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                                    bubble gum bin

Keep reading to see her sugar inspired cup and bicycle chain inspired furniture…

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just green goods

0 pollution

0 water effluence

0 solid waste and

0 gas emission


Claims Mumbai based Ecolinkindia (Deluxe Recycling-India-pvt ltd).

Out of recyclable tetra packages they make ecoboards and Products.






All products are self recyclable.


So it comes to a full circle. ( 0+0+0+0= o)

roads less travelled

When architecture travels into a piece of furniture, when road maps to unknown places are drawn on rugs and when decor piece becomes a cityscape; boundaries merge so beautifully that each piece takes up the identity of art!

And to top it all every piece here shown has eco connections.


This visually mobile piece is a bench ‘Reverb’ by Acronym Designs. Made from oak planks recovered from the waste of a company that manufactures tractor trailer beds.




These 3 rugs named New York, Orlando and Verona (named by me-road maps to unknown places) are from Viesso. This company makes all its product as green as possible.


Argonouts is artist Jefferey Alan’s creation in natural wood from Palette contemporary art and craft which I have named cityscape.