Here’s an ingenious use for cork screws that have already lived their life in the bottle. Take them all, separate them and cut each of them one by one before rearranging the shapes to build surf boards.
It’s actually a business and one that has laid the way for the beautiful honeycomb hexagon designs you see above and below.
The project comes from Rich People Things - a social enterprise in Spain that works to look for creative alternative uses for raw material would usually be wasted.
You can see the surf boards in action in the video below.
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