A tropical approach in a living room, tree branches/dead tree trunk used a as screen or room divider,you don’t actually need to do some sort of finishing to the tree trunk itself, to retain its natural look. :)
Isn’t that outdoor sofa so nice? If not for the obvious pallet at the bottom, you wouldn’t really know that its made from pallets and those rustic looking pipes as a part of the arm rest adds some drama. :)
We’ve seen some superb retro projects before with the Giant NES Controller and DIY Pinball Coffee Table, but this Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) coffee table really raises the bar. The giant version of the original is not just for looks – the NES coffee table’s front cover has a fully functional jumbo sized NES controller for playing old 8-bit video games.
An good example of how trash can be transformed into a unique art. This sculpture is made of old vinyl records, it can be placed on streets or anywhere you want it! ahaha! The idea came from a korean artist named Jean Shin.
These TetraBox Lamp are made by Malaysian designer
Ed Chew from recycled strips of empty Tetra Brik boxes. Packet drinks are one of the most favored soft drinks among Malaysians, they just love sipping packet drinks wherever they go and never actually bother about the thousands of boxes discarded off after each quench, despite knowing the fact that landfills across Malaysian country are bursting at the seams.The TetraBox Lamp gives these containers a new purpose by turning them into dazzling lampshades and makes funky and fabulous patterns when illuminated.
The Spray Paint Can Armchair was designed by Luigi Semerano for Milan Design Week 2011 and is comprised of over 200 empty cans of spray paint and securing the form between two painted wood sides. The empty spray paint cans armchair is a real eye-candy.
Pilipino in a Bag showcases repurposed bags and other carrying items that are infused with Filipino artistry and talent. All items are unique because our bags are not mass manufactured but are finished 1 at a time. The Pilipino in a Bag puts every aspect of the Filipino character into each item produced – resourcefulness, persistence, resilience and most of all love of fun and frills. From the bag creator to the bag user, the Pilipino in a Bag aims to travel the world, and show to the world the Pilipino identity and culture. Each Pilipino in a Bag helps to create livelihood for the urban poor sewers.