No thanks to the plastic bag

Next time you are shopping, tell the cashier you don´t need the plastic bag. It´s easy!

Next time you are shopping, tell the cashier you don´t need the plastic bag. It´s easy!

Reusable Bag by Claesson Koivisto Rune

Claesson Koivisto Rune are the designers behind this reusable shopping bag. The non-profit organisation Stockholm City Mission, receives 16 tonnes every year of donated fabrics and clothing that are not suitable to be sold. So this material – together with same structural design as current plastic bags – creates this new, green alternative to the plastic bag.

Claesson Koivisto Rune are the designers behind this reusable shopping bag. The non-profit organisation Stockholm City Mission, receives 16 tonnes every year of donated fabrics and clothing that are not suitable to be sold. So this material – together with same structural design as current plastic bags – creates this new, green alternative to the plastic bag.

A bag is not just a bag

2 different bag collections made by Camille Rousseau. She is transforming the standard shopping bags into something beautiful and communicative, using them to tell a story. The two bags on the top are for EDF Energy, a sustainable energy company. The second concept is called Transition. She explains the project: “Dealing with the preconception of this consumer icon, I took…

2 different bag collections made by Camille Rousseau. She is transforming the standard shopping bags into something beautiful and communicative, using them to tell a story. The two bags on the top are for EDF Energy, a sustainable energy company. The second concept is called Transition. She explains the project:

“Dealing with the preconception of this consumer icon, I took the surface of a carrier bag to capture a moment, taking the object as a passing reflection of the city. The ephemeral object becomes a witness of time and space. In selecting details of the city and linking an individual story to each bag, I aim to recreate a stage showing several perspectives of the city. I wanted a physical link between the drawings and the reality. The set itself becomes the city; connecting people to different locations.”