With arms made from reclaimed oak wine barrel wood, these sunnies will be a conversation starter the moment you enter the party. Streaks of red wine stain are still visible in pieces of the wood. No one will doubt your commitment to vino when you are literally wearing your wine!
Source: Barrel Sunglasses – Olive and Poppy
These logs are from trees that began growing about 500 years old or more, the remaining spoils of the logging boom that ravished eastern Canada’s forests throughout the 19th century. At the time, millions of logs were transported along waterways, floated down rivers and over rapids and hauled across lakes by tugboats in giant ‘booms’. They were destined for the shipyards of Europe and sawmills of America. Sometimes these logs sank to the bottom of the lake, where they were preserved in the cold, dark water. Only now, nearly two hundred years later, are they resurfacing.
Source: Loch sunglasses are made of 500-year-old timbers from the Great Lakes : TreeHugger
Bôhten’s mission is to develop a compost management initiative that reuses environmental reclaimed material (barley, wheat, straw, stone) to design our contemporary eyeglasses. We are the representation not yet recognized that seeks to pay homage to a love of fashion without the loss of social responsibility. Join us on our quest as we seek to change the face of Africa with a vision that advocates education, employment both social and environmental awareness for the underprivileged. This is a journey that will be nothing short of historic.
via About Us | Bôhten Eyewear.
The folks over at Shwood have teamed up with Aurora Mills to create their latest line of limited edition wooden sunglasses. For the Salvage Series, they are combing the Oregon countryside for unique materials that they can give new life to.
Limited to 50 individually numbered pairs, these have much more of a backstory than the pair you bought at the kiosk in the mall.
via Shwood Handcrafted Salvage Wood Series Sunglasses | Cool Material.