(Designer: Groovy @ artgallery18)
An outdated telephone handset (exception: still very much in use in India) recycled into a lovely single-flower vase. The vase is water sealed and cut on an angle.
Material: Recycled plastic telephone handset
This Earth Day I want to share, communicate, say and salute quite a few things!
And when I start posting with a plastic vase I do not just mean recycling. I want to say something else!
Stay tuned and please keep coming back!!
(I am going to do many posts today!)
Designer-Craftisans:@ Kunye African Trends
Do you think these products are beautiful!?
Then let me tell you these are made from ughs…waste plastic – recycled plastic!
And I think these are one of the most beautiful recycled plastic products I have ever seen!
These are not just fun and funky products, these are functional too.
How else I would say the bed cover, plastic rugs for swimming pool, computer bag and screens; some real recycled innovation!!
These handmade products are from Kunye – brilliant brainchild of Alison Coutras (and her local team of craftisans – a cooperative to combat unemployment) in South Africa.
Kunye is the Xhosa word for ‘forward together’.
Kunye has won a number of awards.
Continue reading recycled beauties →