We love to share imaginative upcycling like this flamboyant dress from Rami Kashou made from greeting cards and paper stationery, found via Pinterest 😊. Bit of inspiration at the beginning of the week. Have a good one!
This week's blog post went up earlier today!
A quick read for a newbie looking to cut down on trash production. For example, do you know the difference between biodegrading and composting? Use this super basic overview as a springboard to more research.
The link is in my bio. 👆🏻
Recently, environmental organisation Greenpeace travelled out to a rig in the Arctic circle to protest oil drilling in the fragile region. If you want to join their protesting then click the link in my bio and add your signature to a petition, that will be used in a court case against the Norwegian government for allowing the Arctic area to be exploited for oil even when we have been warned what drilling and burning oil does.
— ADD YOUR NAME,
the more signatures, the more evidence for the court that this needs to be shut down. Your signature could make the difference between an oil free Arctic or a catastrophe waiting to happen.
#takeover with @jiajunl_l ⠀
In the beverage industry, orange peels are disposed at a massive rate. This by-product generated from the process of fruit juice extraction is innately pliable and durable, thus presenting itself as a great leather alternative for handbag making. After four stages – dehydration, cutting, assembling and stitching , the resulting sheets of orange material are stitched together with traditional leather sewing techniques to form a unique handbag, Cultiver. ⠀
See the process of the bags being made throughout the week. ⠀