'something old something new' by andrew duffy and craig tyler
sep 24, 2009
'something old something new' by andrew duffy and craig tyler


‘something old something new’ – toys by andrew duffy and craig tyler

UK designers andrew duffy and craig tyler of studio myfirst have sent in images of
their latest project ‘something old something new’.

they constructed toys using their rotational moulding D.I.Y machine, replacing silicone
moulds with vac formed food packaging waste and replaced polyurethane material with
bio-resin with the help of canonbury arts
 
the limited edition eco warrior toys are made from old packaging waste, discarded or broken
 toys and a tiny amount of pixie dust (bio resin).

the project is on display as part of a 100% design, london.

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