Recycling Process Turns Leftover Paint Into An Exquisite Design Material [Pics]

Recycling Process Turns Leftover Paint Into An Exquisite Design Material [Pics]
Design

Tel Aviv product designer creates 2D and 3D pieces out of dumpster-bound polyurethane.

Sara Boboltz
  • 5 november 2013

When factories make polyurethane paint, they’re typically left with a bunch of samples at the end of the day. Unfortunately, since these samples are mixed with a reactive component, they can’t be used for much else besides the landfill. So Shahar Kagan came up with a way to capture and re-use them, creating novel 2D and 3D forms.

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