Recycled Cardboard Wall Trophies

Wanting a moose head in your living room can cost you thousands of dollars. Create a much cheaper and more humane way to make a trophy wall using recycled cardboard. It's a versatile materials, abundant and cheap, yet sturdy. It will create some personality to your bare room. Each wall trophy is made from a series of cut recycled cardboard pieces. If laser-cut is made, the interlocking pieces can be assembled quickly and without any tools or glue. [Using the free 123D Make software from Autodesk (www.123dapp.com/make)] 
























People Pose in The Garbage They Created Weekly

 America has a problem on garbage, almost double the load produced in 1960 and 50% more than Europe. An average american produces about 4lbs of waste per day, and the idea of Gregg Segal, a photographer from California, USA begins, his aims is to show garbage problem through powerful imagery, photographing his neighbors and friends lying in their one week load of waste. He called this project as “7 Days of Garbage”. He will continue to work on this in a series to guide people, recognize and take a little steps to lessen the unnecessary amount of trash they produce.

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com

image credits: greggsegal.com


more story on: slate.com


Recycling Old Crutches

Don't just throw those old crutches away. There are some ways to make use of those old crutches, it's either donate it on the NGOs near your community (non-governmental organization) or you can recycle like the one you see below. You can create furniture, shelf or even decoration on your living room. So you better walk and try !!

















Bring Back to Life an Old Tennis Rackets

You don't have to waste a lot of dollar to have an amazing and colorful art in your house or making a gift or project for a tennis wimbledon wannabe,  all you have to do is to look into your garage and attic for an old one or just go to a thrift stores and market where an old wooden tennis and badminton rackets are a common sight. They will definitely be an interesting talking point in your house. Not only do they look so creative but also serves a practical purpose!

Furniture


Coat Hanger

Coffee Table

Birds Cage

Jewelry Organizer

Jewelry Organizer

Racks & Coffee Table

Planter

Chandelier

Light Shade

Wall Decor Best on Entrance to a Tennis Club

Another Wall Decor

Dining Table

Wall Shelves

Wall Clock

Wall Divider

Wall Mirror

Magazine Rack

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