In the money
Stash your cash in one of these eco-friendly wallets.
Tue, Aug 01, 2006 at 02:59 PM
A SIGN: This wallet, made by Vy and Elle, is constructed from discarded vinyl billboards.
Vy and Elle converts discarded vinyl billboards into functional accessories like this colorful wallet.
London designer Inghua Ting collects trashed leather belts and transforms them into ultra-stylish wallets.
Keep credit cards, coins and bills under wraps with Prana’s versatile hemp wallet.
Two Busy Bees recycles scraps of funky fabric for its accessories; this wallet is made from vintage blue corduroy adorned with farm animals.
CREAM OF THE CROP
This limited edition “green corn” wallet makes good use of vintage 1970s fabric.
GET A CLUE
The artists at Junk In Our Trunk turn old game pieces, trading cards, and other kitschy finds into eye-catching money holders.
WHEELS OF CHANGE
This sturdy wallet — like all of Splaff’s accessories — is fashioned from discarded tires and inner tubes.
This article originally appeared in Plenty in August 2006. This story was added to MNN.com in June 2009.
Copyright Environ Press 2006.