First Rock’n Roll & Now Green

 There seems to be a new angle to the term “British Invasion”. While although the UK is still giving us amazing music such as Coldplay  and  Aqualung (Who just so happens to be playing at the Bowery Ballroom on May 1st), The Brits are just cranking out amazing green product lines and on-line eco-stores. The latest…. Well, let me introduce you to By Nature. While they have been around for a little while, these eco-lifestyle guru’s concerns about the startling statistics for the UK’s landfills have been manifested into what appears to be a unique and modern eco-friendly home accessories collection.
The most interesting is a photo album made of 80% elephant dung and 20% recycled paper. Now you may have a startled look on your face but actually elephant dung has been used by several environmentalists. Take for instance The Rosamond Gifford Zoo located in Syracuse, New York. They will be the first in the nation to be powered by its own animal waste.

 Elephant Dung Photo Album    Seat Belt Pilows    Recycled Lamp Shade  Recycled Wine GlassSustainable Sushi BoardEco-Woman Tee                                                               
                                            

If you still can’t get pass the elephant dung, how about these really awesome decorative pillows made from recycled seat belts or modern lamp shade called the “Spiro” lampshade made from 100% recycled cardboard. This company even has 100% recycled wine glasses. You could throw your own little swank green party at home with your new Vino Wine glasses and sustainable Sushi board while wearing an “Eco Woman” Tee made with organic cotton and azo-free dyes.

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  1. Damn! I have to say none of that stuff ‘looks’ recycled. Or how a lot of people think recycled has to look. Those pillows look really cool, and I bet they will last FOREVER (think about how tough seatbelts are!)

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