The infiltration of internet culture and recession related lingo into everyday life is reflected among the new entries to the latest edition of the Chambers English Dictionary.
As you’ve probably noticed of late, lot’s of creative people are turning unwanted stuff into home pieces that scream WOW.
Perhaps you’d get more excited by IKEA’s latest catalogue, but the point is that we need to change the way we think about “discard” and “unwanted”, and get rid of disposable everything.
This is REALLY cool.
Unfortunately, we can’t really do this in Singapore. Unless you’re alright with getting charged and going to DB (so don’t even think about nicking some 5.56′s from the range).
Not a very sustainable business model for Singapore if you asked me..
I’m not so sure if you can buy them from abroad, might wanna check with the relevant authorities..
Anyhow, check it out!
(and Thank Ecouterre right now by visiting their site)