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ZE By Renault

During the Iternationale Automobil-Ausstellung or the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, French car brand Renault shows their collection of electric powered concept cars that composes of a city car, hatchback, saloon, and van. The concept cars are design to recharge in as short as three minutes. In addition to its being an electric vehicle, the ZE’s spare batteries are envisioned to be left at home or workplaces. It is also being envisioned that garages will adopt drop-off points for the recycling purposes of the used batteries. These sleek and futuristic car concepts will never be available to the public until 2011, the year when Renualt plans to launch the ZE commercially.

ZE Concept Car

ZE Concept Car

ZE Concept Car

ZE Concept Car

ZE Concept Car

Source: Renault via Dezeen



Be Eco-Friendly, Use Maravilla Package Systems

With the desire to eliminate the wasteful nature practice of today’s packaging design, the Maravilla Package System is designed. This eco-friendly packaging system is made from recycled materials and is modular making it an economical packaging design. In addition, the Maravilla also has identical components that are stacked to create packaging options of different sizes, thus eliminating the need of a more complicated production process and energy as well. Aside from it being made of recycled materials, Maravilla itself has a simple and handsome design making it inviting to consumers in reusing the item after they have enjoyed their favorite chocolates.

Maravilla
Maravilla

Maravilla

Source: SCA Packaging



The Vintage Glasgow Herald Newspaper Dressed Bowl

I have known a Medical practitioner before who read the daily newspaper and as a result, he had piles and piles of old newspapers on her backyard. Then I spotted this bowl dressed with an old Glasgow Herald Newspaper. I am thinking that, if those newspapers of a friend will be used for the same purpose, there will be no more piles of old newspaper in our landfills. Though, the bowl may look unsafe and unclean for food, it can only be the looks, just like the unglazed coconut shell bowls, which look dirty, but are safe enough for our hot soup. In addition, it can be added fun reading old articles and captions of a vintage newspaper while enjoying your meal.

The Herald

Source: Lina Weckner



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