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.
GIVE ME A SIGN
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.