Skydivers and base jumpers aren’t the only people putting parachutes to good use these days. These repurposed parachutes feature parachutes in all walks of life, from fashion to advertising.
These repurposed parachutes are filled with upbeat ways to upcycle a parachute. Of course the traditional way to use a parachute is featured prominently in here as well, but a parachute frock is more fun than a regular parachute.
Implications - Consumers are seeking out ways to inject some more excitement into their lives. Products that promote a more stimulating lifestyle are appealing to those who are beginning to feel the monotony of routine. Coming out with more items that contain this element could help a company grow its profits.
From War Parachute Bags to X-Ray Parachute Fashion
Flying Ostrich Ads
The Cadbury 'I Gotta Be Me' Ad Features a Sky Diving Bird
Why Jump Out of a Plane?
Airborne Army Upgrades
The T-11 Parachute Gives U.S. Army a Much-Needed Update
The New MC Hammer Ad for Castle Lite Beer
Spacey Parachute Photography
Float Away with Mike Burdon's 'Canopy Landings'
War Parachute Bags
The Temple Parachute Tote is Both Practical and Stylish
Parachuting Publicity Stunts
'Cow' Sends Noodles and Cash Towards the Heavens
Extreme Snowsport Fusion
Speedriding is a Mix Between Paragliding and Skiing
Skydiving Mount Everest
29,035 ft Group Dive
Honda Publicity Stunt
The All Saints Parachute Dress is Breezy and Stylish
Stylish Parachute Bag
Von Wedel & Tiedeken Bag
The 'Maverick' by I-TEC is a Flying Dune Buggy
X-Ray Parachute Fashion
The Christopher Raeburn SS10 Collection is Stylishly Eco-Conscious
Billowing Parachute Fashion
Georges Katsanakis is an Epic Fashion Photographer
Recycled Parachute Fashion
The Raeburn 'Cold War' Collection
NSFW Publicity Parachuting
Danish Supermarket's Controversial Ad for Siemens
Next-Gen Flying Cars
Terrafugia Unveils Renderings of the Transition Roadable Aircraft
Survival Straps' Backwoods Bling Unravels for 20' Emergency Cord
Cheeky Repurposed Packaging
Bryan Connor's 'The Stuff of Dreams' is Witty and Remarkable