DKNG Studios sells hand-made notebooks created from their posters and art prints (so does Kevin Tong). I hope more design studios start doing this — there’s less waste from overstocks/misprints/test prints, the studio makes money, and the buyer gets a one-of-a-kind item. It’s win-win-win.
The &made Ceramic Putty is designed to bring back to life old, smashed crockery. By filling the cracks of damaged plates, bowls and other ceramic items with the coloured putty, objects are transformed as the cracks create new patterns and illustrations. As a focus on the re-use of objects, the ‘Ceramic Putty’ allows us to rejuvenate old and broken belongings rather than disposing of these items. via &made
The latest weapon in the war on waste: the Rethink, a hanger that’s not actually a hanger until you start recycling. Conceived by designer Xuan Yu, it’s basically a hook with two holes that hold empty bottles. -Dvice