Products from waste: NottyPooch's recycled billboard banner wallets & more - Core77
Look around you, folks -- somewhere there is material that someone is throwing out, and with a little creativity you can use that material to make objects, not to mention a couple bucks. Malaysia-based Etsy user NottyPooch has been harvesting billboard banners, those huge pieces of printed vinyl-like material used...
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Origami Chair | designboom.com
A single sheet transforms into a chair by simple folding - no cutting or assembly. Unlike conventional chairs, it is not anthropomorphic - no toes, no legs, no back. Instead it is a single abstract structure.
buy corrugated plastic in 4 foot by 8 foot sheets. the material real estate signs are made of. cuts easily with a jig saw, durable, light-weight and white.many colors. I stand my yard art up with zip ties and electrical conduit posts (about $2 for ten foot piece).
Yard / Garage Sale signs - regular signs and one idea from pinterest plus a couple of my own. " I Like Big Yard Sales and I cannot lie" and "Yard Sale, Resistance is Futile" Printed on paper and taped to thin card board, light weight but still sturdy. Funny, clever, and unique
MYOG – Coroplast Seat Bag
This is a follow-up to the Political Sign post to show the detailed steps of how to make a custom bikepacking seat bag from all of those signs that will be taking over yards and roadsides during this election season.
A Coroplast Handlebar Bag
Back in 2002 I made a coroplast handlebar bag for my bike. I took some pictures and wrote a bit about the bag here: http://www.carsstink.org/peterson/BarBag.html The bag worked well and I used on various adventures including my tour back to Minnesota. Over the years I've had various bikes and worked out various luggage solutions for them. My current green bike performed like a champ on my recent Washington state tour and my various commutes but I got to thinking I could use a bit more…