What can I make from recycled magazines?

January 16th, 2012 - 

Recycle magazines! Here is a good example of what can you do with recycled magazines. Love this designs: so colorful and decorative, a creative touch in any room. This beautiful and unique clock will make a statement in your home and it’s made from recycled magazines! This round clock is surrounded by bright (more…)

Wall art made from recycled magazines by Amy Gibson and Andrea Read

December 2nd, 2011 - 


Colorstory designs is the collaborative work of designers Amy Gibson and Andrea Read. Take a look at their studio from Seattle – a studio that makes the most of recycled items: paper products and magazines. Great texture made from recycled magazines that look amazing. Round wall art that gives a plus to your home. (more…)

How can I recycle books?

November 29th, 2011 - 


A Canadian artist from Toronto, Benjamin Wieler thought of playing with paper in order to make some beautiful wall ornaments. He uses newspapers, vintage books, paper prints to create art. Here is an example of a grouping of 9 sculptural wall applique ornaments. Each individually folded from the pages of (more…)

How can I recycle newspaper into Christmas ornaments?

October 25th, 2011 - 

Kissadesign are creating these sparkling glamorous, handmade Polish Christmas ornaments from recycled paper. These models are on of a kind and my favorite are those on black paper. It looks amazing, right? Each model has about 3 inches in diameter and has a special loop for hanging. Because of the (more…)

Recycled newspaper Flip-Flops

June 25th, 2011 - 

Newspapers and magazines are for sure the most recycled items in the world. The image above shows a simple, clean cut, elegantly designed, and handcrafted flip-flop named Paper flops. 
Except the paper used, the flip-flops are made also from coconut husk and palm tree root, rubber and shells. Paper flops are composed of about two pounds of recycled newspaper.They are very stylish and in the same time
eco-friendly and as it seems they last long due to the thin natural rubber coating that is laid on the surface of the flip-flops against the rain. Design made in Indonesia. You can buy them with about 26 € a pair. I think I know what I would wear this summer 🙂 Via