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  • Cardboard scraps brilliantly repurposed as light fixtures

    Seattle-bred design collective Graypants turns heads with their handmade Scraplights, which proudly tell the story of the journey from dull, discarded cardboard box to  stunning, unique light fixtures. The Scraplights come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes to fit any space. Here we feature our favorite, the Disc-16, which instills a curvaceous new spirit into salvaged pieces of corrugated cardboard.

    Dimensions: 16.5" diameter x 7.5" height

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    Renovo Pandurance Road Bike

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    Renovo's Bamboo commuter is perfect for bombing around the city...and for escaping ravenous pandas.

    Portland’s Renovo Bikes is quietly building a reputation for their super functional, slick-looking wooden bike frames. The lightweight, smooth-riding Pandurance Road Bike, from the company’s Panda bamboo series, is made from, you guessed it, bamboo, one of our planet’s most sustainable woods. Renovo's Panda series is green with no apologies for performance. As a material for making......read more

    Griffin AirCurve

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    Acoustic Amplifier for your iPhone. $17.99

    The AirCurve is a cleverly-designed acoustic amplifier that turns your iPhone into a no-power-drain alarm clock on your nightstand, or a mini sound system that never needs batteries or adapters. AirCurve looks like a simple, elegantly minimal stand for your iPhone. But inside is a coiled waveguide "horn' that collects the sound from the built-in speaker of your iPhone, amplifies it (by about 10......read more

    Ikea Sunnan Solar Desk Lamp

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    UNICEF receives one Sunnan solar-powered lamp for every one sold in IKEA stores worldwide. $19.99

    Solar cells transform sunlight into electrical energy - so this lamp requires no electrical connections. On top of that, the LED light consumes 70% less energy and has at least 4 times longer life than incandescent bulbs in similar lighting. And they come in cool colors too. IKEA has also teamed up with Unicef, and for every SUNNAN solar-powered lamp sold in IKEA stores worldwide, one lamp will......read more

    Regen ReNu Solar Charger

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    Power your life with sunlight $199.00

    The Regen ReNu modular combination solar panel/charger utilizes a battery pack that attaches to the back of an iPod/iPhone dock or USB device for easy access to solar power. When you want to charge the panel, just remove the battery pack and place ithe panel in the sun....read more

    Philippe Starck for Emeco

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    Iconic chair design. Made in America. 80% recycled aluminum. Sold.

    Emeco (The Electric and Machine and Equipment Co.) has been manufacturing alumunum chairs in Hanover, Pennsylvania since 1944. The Philippe Starck-designed Heritage collection, made from 80% recycled aluminum, puts a tastefully contemporary spin on the classic Emeco look. The line includes various stackable seats and stools, along with a couple cool rocking chairs. According to Starck, the key to......read more

    9 Varietal Honey Flight

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    Bee Raw Honey provides a complete honey tasting from around the country $78.00

    Artisanal beekeeping is alive and well in America, and Brooklyn's Bee Raw Honey proves it with the 9 Varietal Honey Flight, which offers a complete tasting of honey groves from around the country. Every honey is as unique as its floral source, and each of these nine varietals is an honest and irresistable representation of its floral origin. Includes a combination of nine of the following honeys:......read more

    Woolly Pocket

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    DIY vertical gardening system made from recycled plastic water bottles in the USA. $49.00

    Pockets are simple to install and maintain. Just place and fill with beautiful, full-size plants. Breathable sides release excess moisture and aerate soil. Waterproof lining helps keep walls and floors dry....read more

    Pig 05049

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    Award-winning book compels consumers to think about where their things come from.

    When Dutch designer Christien Meindertsma traced what happened to the body parts of one particular commercially raised pig — the glamorously named "Pig 05049" — she discovered a lot more than packaged meat. That single animal, Meindertsma found, contributed to an astonishing number of products — 185 items in all, including chewing gum, bone china, car paint and cigarette filters.......read more

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