Studio Swine recently went on a 1,000-nautical-mile adventure called Gyrecraft, described as an “exploration into maritime crafts” that harvests sea plastic extracted from the North Atlantic Gyre. The design team collected ocean plastic pollution all the way from Azores to the Canaries. The collected plastic was then melted using their solar-powered Solar Extruder machine and then reshaped to create a replica of a whale tooth.

+ Studio Swine Gyrecraft


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