Dutch designers Waarmakers have created sustainable rubbish sacks for discarding unwanted items in good condition, in the hope that they’ll be picked up by a new owner instead of ending up at a landfill site.
Once full, the bags with transparent panels are left in the street along with normal refuse so passers-by can pick them up and make use of their contents. The items are kept clean and dry but still visible, and if they remain in place when the refuse collection truck passes then they will be taken away with the rest of the rubbish.
Created by filling paper cartons with colored water and setting them outside to form translucent ice bricks. After 150 hours of fitting the 500 ice bricks into place the rainbow igloo was so visually striking the local news showed up to do a feature on it.