Have you ever thought about what happens to the disposable chopsticks after a meal at your favorite noodle house? Artist Bryan Parks thought about it after an extended stay in China revealed that 25 million trees and bamboo plants are used to create the billions of chopsticks manufactured in China every year. As a result, Bryan turned waste into beauty with Kwytza Kraft.
Kwytza (Chinese word for chopsticks) Kraft produces practical (and beautiful!) household products and fashion accessories from discarded single-use chopsticks. From folding table top baskets to table top lamps, Kwytza Kraft repurposes chopsticks into elegant home accessories. Head on over to the site and take a gander. Think about birthdays, Mother’s day, anniversaries. The items are reasonably priced and ecologically made, what more can you ask for?