Monthly Archives: October 2018

Edible Packaging by Scoby

GROWN and EDIBLE SCOBY is a biological, fully edible packaging solution that aims to reinvent the old food conservation techniques. SCOBY is a product of bacterial fermentation, similar to products in the food industry like Kombucha or Nata de Coco, which are already mass produced and have been eaten for ages. Imagine if you could use food packaging for […]

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Remolten by Great Things to People

“Chile has the second largest and most active chain of volcanoes in the world. Throughout the Chilean mainland, there are at least 2,000 volcanoes. Of these, only 500 are considered geologically active; 60 have a recorded history of eruptions in the last 450 years, with a total of around 300 eruptions for that period. Currently, […]

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Peel Saver

Fries companies produce a lot of potato peels waste. The idea of ​​this project is to use this waste material in order to create a street food packaging. The potato peel is made up of starches and fibers components, which after maceration and natural drying, acquire the ability to bond with each other and harden. […]

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The Forest of Kaldbakur

Into water / Under the lip “In a collaboration with Dröfn Sæmundsdóttir and Gísli Hilmarsson I tried to invent a new way to utilize the forest of Kaldbakur inYtri-Rangárvallarsýsla. We decided to use herbs from the forest and designed two ways to use them in an interesting way. “Into water” are teabags that have the […]

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