This was an exciting project we did with our friends Fairware where we worked with Montana State University to upcycle inner tubes into messenger bags for their school's engineering department.
This was an exciting project we did for North Natomas Transportation Management Association, or NNTMA, where we r upcycled their […]
This was a really exciting project we did for Friends of the High Line where we converted their old billboards into new, unique and creative tote bags. The High Line is an elevated freight rail line transformed into a public park on Manhattan’s West Side. High Line Art commissions and produces public art projects on and around […]
This was a cool project we did for People For Bikes where we recycled then upcycled 10 x 10 event tents into hundreds of custom zipper pouches and tote bags. Ever wonder where your old event tents and banners go when they are done being used? Well for People for Bikes and many other […]
This was an exciting project we did with Associated Press's banners made from some of their world famous photographs that are now upcycled into exquisite messenger bags.
We worked with Interbike to help create cool one-of-a-kind products for them to give to VIPs at the U.S.'s largest bike trade show. We made hundreds of custom upcycled bicycle inner tube valve zipper pulls, wallets, notebooks, and saddlebags.
We worked with White Wave Foods to repurpose and upcycle their old trade show banners from the Natural Product Expo and other events to create hundreds of lightweight shoulder sling totes, perfect for carrying your favorite fresh and organic foods from your local grocery store or farmers market. If you have old trade show banners […]
Again in 2012, Ecologic Designs worked with AT&T to upcycle their banners. The Democratic National Convention was held in Atlanta, Georgia and The Republican National Convention was held in Tampa, Florida. Both events yielded hundreds of banners. After the events we worked with AT&T to divert all of banners from the landfill by upcycling […]