After your coffee beans have been lugged across the world to be ground exactly how you like them in your morning cuppa, these sacks find themselves with nowhere to go and not much to do. That’s when we step in and give them a new life as these everyday products.
Our glass bottles are sourced from Goa, where they’ve all accompanied the finest musicians at local jazz bars or hung out besides some of the best prawn recheado masala. They are collected and taken to our factory where we use a cold pressed system to turn them into the products you see here.
We try and get our hands on as many flexible plastic bags as we can in Indonesia before they reach the dreaded landfills. These bags that once lended their helpful hands by doing your laundry, dishes and other household cleaning are carefully washed and sorted to create a more durable version of themselves that you can use and reuse long after your household chores are done.
When the tubeless tyre made its appearance on the scene, there were a lot of old hardy tyres that were retired way before their time was up. We took this opportunity to reclaim the inner tubes of these good ol’ rubber tyres in an eco friendly way so as to create equally rugged products that retain their original tough guy characteristics so that they don’t feel as sidelined as before.
When a highway billboard has reached the end of its life, we swoop in and pick them up to create these unique and durable products that grab just as many eyeballs as their old avatars did. Each design, colour and pattern of the products are different depending on which part of the billboard is used to make them.