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Recycling Billboard Vinyl Into New Products

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    CivitasNow
    Member

    We’re looking for local artists, crafters or overall sewing magicians to work with on recycling billboard vinyl into new products. There are many opportunities online where we can ship the vinyl to, but we’d like to work with someone local.

    Feel free to pass along our info to anyone you may feel is interested.

    Jacob Taylor

    Jacob@Civitasnow.com

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    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    I know that Zeroz (here on Gay Street!) recycled some materials into wallets in their store. Not sure if it was the type of vinyl you’re referring to, but I’m sure Paul could let you know. ;)

    http://zeroz.com/

    http://www.themetropreneur.com/columbus/new-retailer-wants-you-to-lighten-up/

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    James
    Participant

    Might want to talk to these folks -

    http://www.seagullbags.com/

    They make some very cool products.

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    Graybeak
    Graybeak
    Participant

    we used some of this material in the past for scenery backdrops before. It was awesome. Unfortunately, when we folded them up, the paint we used flaked off. But other than that, it was awesome!

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    CivitasNow
    Member

    Thanks for all of the tips!

    #530742

    darryllim
    Member

    Creative person can transform vinyl into different masterpiece. The are many possibilities you can do to this product. recycling is one of the best idea we can share to at least protect our planet. Along with industrial, food, electronic and solution for agricultural waste, everything that we think, can be a perfect work of green art.

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