Plastics are now such an integral part of our daily lives that virtually everything we do and much of the food and drink we consume involves the use of plastics in some form or other. The range of ﬁelds and activities in which we use plastics is truly amazing from packaging, through manufacture of a hugely wide range of products to health- care and agriculture. It has become the ultimate material for the 21st century and makes our lives possible in a way that could hardly be imagined without it. down to narrow down the design space. We have considered the 4R’s of Plastic: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Re- cover. And Focus on the Reuse Part. Reuse is simply the act of ﬁnding a second (or third, or tenth or hundredth) use for a product to prolong its life. Reuse is an important step after you’ve already reduced, but before you are ready to recycle.The important thing to consider when you want to reuse is that creativity is king. The creativity also provides the opportunity to be thrifty by reusing what you already have for new, innovative purposes. As many people know, reuse is a step up from recycling. In fact, reuse is the middle-man between reduce and recycle, and some would be surprised at how many opportunities for reuse there really are – once you start look- ing for them. We’re not talking about simply covering a bottle in magazine cut-outs, sticking some ﬂowers inside and voilà- a masterpiece vase is born. There’s more to it. Though there is always room for easy and fun projects, the reuse that we ﬁnd most interesting is the kind you can’t tell is reused. There are some quality results that can be achieved. Guide: Prof. Ravi Mokashi Punekar Design, Concept & Photography by: Nitish , PareshThe Photographs are for viewing only and cannot be shared or used without permission and the copyright and rights rest solely with the photographers.
Subtraction + Division + Multiplication Photoframe+box to keep the cylindrical one. Step 2 Cut the middle of the cylindrical part into two to use it as base for the frame. Step 3: Cut small stripes and fold them along the vertical line into two equal parts. Step 4: Fix the stripes to the base to form the basic frame. Step 5: Attach a photograph to the stripes. The frame is ready. You can store your stationary in the base. Keep it on your working table in front of you to remember your loved ones.
Subtraction + Addition + Multiplication Crush Lamp Step 1: Gather some bottles that are varying in size. Step 2: Take the bigger bottle as the back bone of bottle appropriate to the cap size of the remaining bottles. Step 4: Crush the bottles to be attached so that their surface becomes non uniform for reﬂecting more light. Step 5: Place the bottle at desired holes in accord ance with the main bottle. Step 6: Place a bulb at the bottom middle of the main bottle. Your lamp is ready to showcase.
Subtraction + Addition + Division Light Reﬂector part. Step 2: Hold the cylindrical part and makes cuts along the horizontal curve leaving some part uncut. Step 3: Fold the cut piece along the vertical lines to form a ring structure. Step 4: Make 3-4 ring shapes of variable sizes and place them one over the other. The shade is ready. Place the blb at the top and hang it from the ceiling.
Subtraction + Addition Newspaper Holder Step 2: Prepare a frame for the bottles to be kept horizontal. Step 3: Screw the bottles to the frame at ﬁxed distances. Your newspaper cum magazine holder is ready. Place the magazines into the bottles and attach the stand to a surface close to your reading table.
Subtraction + Multiplication + Addition Seashell Chime their top and bottom part. Step 2: Cut the stripes vertically of appropriate width such that the stripes are nearly planer. Step 3: Attach them against one another to form a sheet of stripes. piece to form cones. Step 5: Tie the cones to the wool and attach it to the sheet. The showpiece is ready. Use it as a display at your drawing room or any other place under good lighting conditions.
Subtraction + Addition+ Multiplication Wreath Make horizontal cuts at 1/4th and 3/4th length to the cylindrical part. Step 2: Fix the bottles to form a circular ring. Step 3: Use the bottle’s top part to ﬁx at the exterior of the bottle ring.
Creativity with pet forms Sea Creatures Step1: Take Bottle’s any part, Cut it with scissor. Step2: Heat it, it will naturally deforms & gets a shape of a sea creature. Step3: Paint it with Glass Paint.