Microwaveable food, soup, sauce and many other cupboard items come in tin cans. All the same, when you’re finished using them they tend to go into the recycling bin (and you never see them again).
In this case, Jack Bresnahan, Northumbria University graduate, has taken the cans and fastened them with biodegradable plastic lids so that they can be immediately used as household items.
The collection includes a vase, soap dispenser, salt and pepper shakers, toothbrush holders and many more things. Why spend money when you can simply eat your way to new household accessories.
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