FindersKeepers, Konstfack part 3


När jag var på Konstfackutställningen såg jag ett mycket intressant projekt; FindersKeepers. Det verkar helt omöjligt att få reda på vem som ligger bakom det hela, men hur som helst är det ett jättebra initiativ! Personen hittar tyger och prylar i soprum, tvättar dem och syr väskor av tygerna, som sedan fylls med något plagg och läggs ut på stan. Sedan postas det en bild på hemsidan, så att folk kan hitta väskorna. Återanvändning på ett sätt som gör folk glada!


I saw this interesting project, FindersKeepers, when I was at the Konstfack exhibition. It seems impossible to find out who is behind it, but anyway, it's a great initiative! This person finds fabrics and clothes in garbage rooms, washes them and makes bags from the fabrics. The bags are then filled with a garment of some kind, and placed somewhere in Stockholm. After that, a photo is published on the homepage, so that people can find the bags. Recycling in a way that makes people happy!



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  • q

    wow, what a fabulous project 🙂

  • That is such a delightful idea. I love this kind of generous project. Thanks for letting us know.

  • strålande!

  • ha! smart!

  • vilken gladbra ide, den gillar jag.

  • Intressant men jag undrar om inte idén funkar bättre i tanken än i praktiken. Vem vet 🙂