The streets have inspired many of the things we’re coveting. Creatively designed and compassionately made, here’s a list of our favourites.
FREITAG BUSINESS BAG
Created by Swiss graphic design brothers, inspired by the traffic outside their flat, made of reused truck tarpaulin.
RAREFORM BI-FOLD WALLET
Two American brothers, creating bags and accessories out of repurposed billboard vinyl hand-cut in California.
With every bag bought, one is given to a child in foster care so they no longer have to carry their belongings in a bin bag.
Lauren Elkin’s book explores the relationship between city and creativity by tracing the paths of admirable women in history.
The official cookbook of the controversial ‘street’ food blog has 100+ vegan recipes to “eat like you give a fuck.”
MAPOLOGY GUIDE TO PETS
A ‘map’ to help you navigate between dogs, hamsters, cats, iguanas and more when deciding what kind of pet to get.
For every bike bought, a locally-assembled one is donated to a schoolgirl in Ghana to give women better access to education.
Non-toxic, biodegradable and petroleum-free plant-based bicycle chain cleaners, oils and lubricants.
As seen on London’s bike share scheme, its laser projected bike symbol increases riders’ visibility to prevent blind spots and accidents.
Photo credit (header): Billie Grace Ward