Australian designer Craig Arnold has captured the beauty of contemporary design and sustainability with his latest bracelet collection, re:vision. Made from discarded camera parts, these bracelets are a must have accessory for photographers and eco-accessory fans alike. We are of course big proponents of recycling obsolete gadgets into new fashion statements, but Arnold’s fresh take on this eco-fashion principle is a great new idea, one from which we can all draw inspiration.

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Each piece is unique, and new re:vision owners can find recycled authenticity like “wear marks” that tell tales of the cuff’s previous life in the photography field. The current stock of bracelets is ever-changing, depending on the end-of-use camera chain that supplies the seemingly endless choice of components for repurposing into silver and black bands.

With re:vision cuffs, Arnold seems to have perfected the art of honoring origin while finding new purpose for used materials. Details that once helped to focus the camera on other designs and inspiration are now part of a complete refocus, as eco-fashion accessory.

Starting at $190 AUD ($178 USD) @ Oye Modern

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