I first found out about the old National Geographic stash when my boyfriend and I moved in together in 2001. He’s now my husband and the National Geographic collection has crossed continents with us. I was very excited to see… Read More »Have you ever wondered what to do with your husbands huge collection of old National Geographics?
Andres Arango sent me a pretty pair of turquoise vegetable ivory earrings from his Muichic collection to give away to a reader. Andres is an architect & designer from Colombia living in Burlington, Vermont. His Muichic jewellery collection is made… Read More »Giveaway: turquoise vegetable ivory earrings from Muichic
I have just discovered (and fallen in love with) Karna Erickson’s creatures at her Cocoon Designs etsy shop. where do all good robots go – $295.00 USD They’re all made of recycled materials. the quilts secret no1 and 2 –… Read More »Cocoon Designs: using anything again
Look at the texture on that armchair cover. I’d love to run my hands all over it. Genius armchair cover made from left-over yarn by Els Van Hemelryck. Moral of the story: left-overs are beautiful, and shouldn’t go into the… Read More »Genius armchair cover made from left-over yarn
Working with my hands gives me a sense of purpose. Taking something that’s old and tired and turning it into something new makes me feel like I’ve achieved something really worthwhile. Lucky for me, the internet brings inspiration to my… Read More »7 go-to blogs for creative greenspiration
Turkish architect and graphic design artist Gulnur Ozdaglar makes beautiful things from old plastic bottles. tertium non data translated from latin means: the third is not given. it is an alchemic term which refers to the process of combining two… Read More »TERTIUM NON DATA: hand-recycled PET lovelies