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Tickets Made of Grass by Gil Cocker

The O2 ticketing system makes me wonder on how it works. It’s designer Gil Cocker stated that O2 is a two way ticketing system, wherein a couple of week before the main event, privileged ticket buyers are given a bag in the post filled with ingredients to grow grass. In return, it will replace the O2 exerted during the event. This one sounds to be big advantage to our air and nature. However, do not think it can immediately replace the O2 that are exerted during the events, but it is a great idea though. Buy doing this concept; we helped saved the earth while enjoying the things that we loved the most.

gil cocker ticketing system from grass

gil cocker ticketing system from grass

gil cocker ticketing system from grass

gil cocker ticketing system from grass

gil cocker ticketing system from grass

From : Gil Cocker via YankoDesign



Plywood Christmas Tree By Raow

Celebrating Christmas tree eco-friendly way is now not impossible at all with the plywood Christmas tree by Raow. In replacement for plastic Christmas trees that are obviously not environment friendly at all, the plywood Christmas tree can be flat-packed for easy storage and can be re-used for the next Christmas season.

Plywood flat-pack Christmas trees designed by Raow. To be an environmentally friendly replacement for plastic Christmas trees. Available in two sizes, the plywood Christmas tree comes in small at 600mm high and the medium at 1200mm high. The Christmas trees are cut by a CNC machine and are configured of three fins that interlock together to create the form of the Christmas tree. The Christmas trees are based on the silhouette of a tree that has been deconstructed and reconstructed with cut plywood strips of varied lengths pined together with beech doweling pins to form the tree figure.

Plywood Christmas Tree

Plywood Christmas Tree

Source: Raow via Homedosh



The Move-It Kit: A Recyclable DIY Kit

Going back home from a great holiday definitely will result into extra baggage for your shopping. Purchasing a brand new luggage may cost you a lot and it can also be an addition to your unused item at home. The Move-it Kit by David Graham will do the trick. This one eco-friendly DIY kit will let you carry items of up to 20 kilograms. Made from self-adhesive cardboard, the Move-it Kit is extremely durable. This do-it-yourself trolley, can even be recycled the moment you arrive home as your storage or some other use which is ideal for you to help minimize the growth of landfills. The only drawback of this James Dyson Awards entry is its in ability to be dismantled once used.

Move It DIY

Move It DIY

Move It DIY

Move It DIY

Move It DIY

Source: James Dyson Awards via Yanko Design



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