Ocean Trash Gets A Second Life As A Pair Of Shoes [Video]

Innovation

British fashion trio create a pair of plastic sneakers from rubbish collected on the beach.

Ross Brooks
  • 22 april 2014

To help spread the message about overconsumption and how much environmental damage it does, a trio of Brits have created a pair of shoes made entirely from plastic rubbish collected on U.K. beaches. Everything is Rubbish isn’t an attempt to sell a pair of recycled shoes, in fact, it’s the complete opposite. The project is meant to encourage people to “consume less. A lot less. Less food, less energy, less stuff.”

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