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First World Trash Knitting Tote
Commissioned by The Yarn Company, these knitting totes are everything a serious knitter needs in a knitting bag. Visit the Yarn Company on the Upper West Side, NYC.
The Yarn Company NYC Knitting Tote
First World Trash created a truly original piece with these knitting totes. Made from billboards and seat belts we created the perfect bag with a place for all your tools and supplies. So awesome we were actually featured in Vogue Kitting. BOOM...
First World Trah and Bonnaroo Mucis Festival
First World Trash partnered with Bonnaroo Music Festival for a one of a kind recycling project. We traveled from NYC to Manchester Tennessee to collect tents left behind by campers and transform them into festival totes. These totes are unique in that you can wear them as a backpack or hold it like a tote, padding in the back for sitting on the ground. A perfect Music Festival Bag!
Artists and Fleas Brooklyn Market
Billboards are everywhere. How about turning them into pouches. This is the before picture!
Artists and Fleas Brooklyn Art Market pouches
A simple billboard reMade into 20 pouches!
Endurancewerx vinyl logo and backpacks
Endurancwerx commissioned First World Trash to make huge backpacks for laundry bags. Endurancewerx is a high end bike shop, fit studio and coaching shop located in NYC, with soooo many sweaty towels! The vinyl is perfect for the heavy, stinky haul when you're delivering on a bike!
Reuse Tote Miami Farmers Market
This tote was comissioned as a Farmers Market tote for the city of Miami. We printed there logo on these blue and yellow totes, which they then gave out to market goers to encourage reuse and local shopping.
Zynga Luggage Tags
These luggage tags were made special for Zynga, the Facebook game giant, as a gift for their employees.
Bric presents Celebrate Brooklyn Fest
Bric's yearly Celebrate Brooklyn Festival showcases tons of international musical talent, local food, and goods with a serious emphasis on recycling. We took their vinyl billboards from the previous year and turned them into pouches and totes, they then sold at the venue!
BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Pouches
These pouches are made from signage and banner materials BRIC had printed for their music venue. Instead of throwing it away they hired FWT to turn it into goods to sell at the next years function! BRIC = Brilliant ThinkingIf you live in NYC and haven't been to a Celebrate Brooklyn event, you've been missing out... Get there and support Brooklyn!
Socrates Sculpture Park features Catherine Opie and FWT
The Socrates Sculpture Park is the only sculpture park in NYC. They feature tons of artists like photographers to sculptures from all over the world. This project featured their billboard space, a photo by Catherine Opie, we turned into tote bags, the Socrates Sculpture Park helped design, that thy then sold at their annual fund raising gala.