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Tinker Toys Made from Trash

Tinker Toys Made from Trash

 

Architect and grandfather Ron Aarons makes these awesome tinker toy-inspired constructions from recycled tennis balls and water bottles! The water bottles are glued together at the bottom and the ends are attached to a tennis ball after bottle caps are securely attached with drywall mollys allowing for easy assembly and dis-assembly of the …

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Piggy Bank Made of Old Sweaters

Piggy Bank Made of Old Sweaters

 

Vivian Alderete Moreno took the following steps to make her adorable piggy banks out of old sweaters:

1. Manipulate and inflate a balloon to the desired shape
2. Shape and harden with paste made from flour and water and newspaper as the typical mexican piñata
3. Finally decorate it with unwoven old sweater threads

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“CHUPITOS” Egg Tray Made from Repurposed Baby Bottle Teats

“CHUPITOS” Egg Tray Made from Repurposed Baby Bottle Teats

 

“CHUPITOS” by Carlos Alberto Montana Hoyos is an egg tray and carrier made from 14 repurposed silicone teats from baby bottles. When babies grow, teats have to be replaced to increase milk flow and this is a great way to reuse them. The teats are assembled by …

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S3 Sustainable Slotted System

S3 Sustainable Slotted System

 

Arizona State University students in Professor Deborah Schneiderman’s Senior Design Studio were asked a series of questions about what purposes a wall truly serves. What does a wall provide? What passes through? What is obstructed? How can one create a …

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Snack-Serving Robot Made from Vintage Objects

Snack-Serving Robot Made from Vintage Objects

 

Made from a collection of vintage objects, this rolling robot pops his lid to feed the troops. His head is made from an old aluminum bun warmer, and his body is an old tin canister. Each eye is crafted from an old license plate bolt cover, and he sits on casters for mobility. To top it all off, his arms and hands …

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Bike Tire Puppy!

Bike Tire Puppy!

 

Frankie Dailey repurposes blown out bike tires into cute sculptures like this doggy, tree and rubber duckie!

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