Allison Patrick – Reduce, Reuse, Redecorate!

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Apr 092011

Today we are going to represent you an amazing young lady who impressed us with her creativity, potential and the ambitious challenge she placed herself into and manages to keep on time so far :).

“I am 26, and live in New York City with my dachshund puppy, Basel.  This past May I graduated from architecture school with a Masters, and no job.  While taking some time off, I put all of my energy into starting up my own little design firm, Zipper8Design.  I sell my products on Etsy, and have been loving every minute of it.”

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The nature inside of your home

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Sep 072010

You can get something that reminds you about the nature inside of your home.
Lunuganga by Wokmedia is a branch bookshelf that is designed to take something of the feeling of the flooded environment home.


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Softbowls by MIO

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Sep 012010

SoftBowls are a line of decorative bowls made from 100% molded wool. Manufactured in Philadelphia by one of the last remaining millineries in the US, each container is handmade by local crafts people. Available in three different designs: Beehive, Wobowl и Swoop, SoftBowls can be mixed and matched into fun groupings. Practical as storage containers, planter cozies or decoration they liven any home or office. Designed to minimize environmental impact, SoftBowls are produced using less than one tenth of the energy needed to create their ceramic counterparts.


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Immortal Plastic Bag

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Aug 042010

This short film by American director Ramin Bahrani (Goodbye Solo) traces the epic, existential journey of a plastic bag (voiced by Werner Herzog) searching for its lost maker, the woman who took it home from the store and eventually discarded it. Along the way, it encounters strange creatures, experiences love in the sky, grieves the loss of its beloved maker, and tries to grasp its purpose in the world. In the end, the wayward plastic bag wafts its way to the ocean, into the tides, and out into the Pacific Ocean trash vortex — a promised nirvana where it will settle among its own kind and gradually let the memories of its maker slip away.

By Ramin Bahrani

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Eco friendly picnic box

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Jul 282010

Each Boxsal is completely recyclable and biodegradable right down to the knives, forks and spoons included in the Boxsal Eatin’ Tool kit. Utensils and cups are made of compostable corn starch. The trays and bowls are created from sugar cane fiber. Each kit also contains recycled napkins and a compostable trash bag for your picnic left-overs. And while the Eatin’ Tool kit is disposable, the picnic box can be used over and over and over. It can even double as storage box, luggage or portfolio case in the winter months.boxsal-01

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Mini Terrariums by Lítill

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Jul 112010

There are a lot of tutorials around the internet which show you how to create a mini terrarium of a glass bottle or something similar by yourself. Although what if you want a professionally made mini terrarium? Lítill offers six different kits of such terrariums. Each of them includes the unique container, sand, and a selection of special plants. All Lítill’s mini terrariums differs in size and shape because glass vessels are hand-blown. Although the price for such beauties ranging from $150 to $800.lykt-0001-520

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