Craft & Design Energy & Sustainability

Not a label you’d frequently see on clothing, right? The sweater in this picture is an exception:

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Image, story via Ecofriend

Geurrero Mantis has got the insight that recycling those filthy cigarette butts could make them wearable. These hats, gloves and jackets are fabricated with 10% of recycled cigarette filters and the rest comes from natural fibers.

Here’s the original article (Spanish)

4 thoughts on “10% cigarette butts

  1. Nice Review. I like the fact that someone is trying to think outside of the box with the atty design.While Electronic cigarettes look, feel and taste much like traditional cigarettes, they function differently. You see, electronic cigarettes do not actually burn any tobacco, but , when you inhale from an e-cigarette, you activate a “flow censor” which releases a water vapor containing nicotine, propylene glycol, and a scent that simulates the flavor of tobacco.
    http://esmokes.com

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