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Bamboo Ski and Hiking Poles from Soul Poles: The eco-friendly pole makers aim to expand their hand-built line

Bamboo Ski and Hiking Poles from Soul Poles

On a constant quest to make the ski industry more sustainable, Park City, Utah-based Soul Poles is aiming to reduce cost for consumers and increase its market presence. The brand’s SoulLite campaign—currently funding on Kickstarter—is focused on……

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London’s New Designers 2014: Part 2: Stylish compact living and eco-friendly materials dominated the second half of the UK graduate exhibition

London’s New Designers 2014: Part 2

by Cajsa Lykke Carlson Following Part One of London’s annual New Designers graduate exhibition, Part Two focused on Visual Communications, Furniture & Product Design and Motion Arts & Theatre Design. This year, two themes dominated the display of works put forth by…

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Skydrop Sprinkler Controller: The eco-friendly, intelligent system integrates real-time weather data to save time, money and water

Skydrop Sprinkler Controller

Last week, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was filled with tech companies showing off their latest and greatest. While many booths featured updates to previously existing products, we stopped by one start-up that…

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An Eco-Friendly Wine Bottle Design

Paperboy is about as green as it’s possible to make a wine bottle. It’s made out of a compressed recycled paper, printed with natural inks and the inside contains a recyclable sleeve like you find in a box of wine. The bottles are rigid and strong – are even icebucket safe for three hours – […]

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Waiting For The Sun: The eco-friendly Parisian brand introduces Bois², a 100% recycled and 100% biodegradable line of eyeglass frames

Waiting For The Sun

by Dora Haller Paris-based brand Waiting For the Sun (aka W/SÜN) may sound familiar; CH recently included their frames in a round-up of sustainable sunglasses. We delved deeper this time by meeting with Antoine Mocquard…

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Eco-Friendly Package Designs: 20 Ways To Go Green

Everything you buy from a store would leave some form of waste, particularly the packaging, which we’d throw away the moment its contents are released. Since it is now more important than ever to be conscious about our environment, many brands and designers have produced eco-friendly package designs that are reusable or recyclable to help reduce our carbon footprint in nature.

From paper bags, boxes and tubes to glass jars, these designs are not only unique and creative, but also eye-catching and versatile. Available in a healthy mix of nature’s colors, these 20 eco-friendly package designs are a great source of ideas for packaging designs, that you don’t want to miss out.

1. MUG pub by Ivan Maximov

2. SUE BEE HONEY by Ashley Gustafson

3. Branding & Packaging Design by Ady Chng

4. Plant’it Earth Identity & Packaging by Ethan Bennett

5. Rishi Tea – Loose Leaf Tea Packaging by Allie Kilmer

6. Eco-Lite Light Bulbs by Herschel Delicana

7. Package for two eggs by Buba

8. Soma Organics – SuperBite Packaging design by Dora Schall

9. Morning Ritual: Organic Strained Yogurt by Jeremy Mellon

10. Éco-traito by Jessica Ma

11. INVENT by Melissa Rosenbloom

12. Peanut & Co – Ecopackaging by Mónica López and Gloria Kelly

13. Packaging by Jacqueline Minkler

14. Yourstruly // Packaging Design by Nicole Nell

15. + ORGANIC MEADOW by Yana Stepchenko

16. Trader Joe’s Rice by Elizabeth Vornbrock

17. EcoBag. Depot WPF by Vera Zvereva, Maria Mordvintseva, and Julia Zhdanova

18. Sustainable Bagless Take-Out Packaging by JoAnn Arello

19. Happy Eggs by Maja Szczypek

20. LIGHT BULB PACKAGE REDESIGN by Mongkol Praneenit

Motion piece promotes eco-friendly project by Nike

Man vs Machine creates cool animation to promote Nike’s Reuse-a-shoe initiative, which turns old sneakers into places to play.


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Pothra by Nooka: Matthew Waldman’s eco-friendly planter made from used coffee grounds

Pothra by Nooka

by Stephen Pulvirent While recycling has become second nature to many people, it’s easy to forget that we still throw away tons of useful materials every single day. Designer Matthew Waldman of Nooka took a short…

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Ways to Be Eco-Friendly When Printing For Your Business

Most businesses use a lot of paper to print business cards, brochures, on-site reports and many other things. Many of the supplies used for printing are dangerous to the environment. The majority of…

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