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  • May 15, 2017
NEWS: HOLLYWOOD BOWL ZERO WASTE TOTE GIVEAWAY

Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl = the quintessential Los Angeles music experience. One of our all-time favorite things to do, we were naturally thrilled to collaborate on these one-of-a-kind bags made from salvage street pole banners. The Hollywood Bowl approached our creative team to reduce their environmental impact and make use of this strong, durable, long-lasting material.

Designed to be simple, efficient and zero waste, this tote is made from 100% salvaged materials – street pole banners and seat belt webbing. It is cut and sewn in our Los Angeles studio, each piece with the iconic colors and graphics of the Hollywood Bowl. The shape of the band shell is recognizable even in pieces! 

Best of all, they are GIVING THEM AWAY, so snag yours around town before the summer season begins. Check out the Hollywood Bowl website and @HollywoodBowl for giveaway locations. Or get yours at the Hollywood Bowl Store starting June 1. 

We design and produce everything just minutes from the Bowl in Hollywood. Because everything is under one roof, we are able to carefully oversee the quality and craft, making sure that the finished product matches our design intent. They are a combination of good design and innovative use of materials, the basis of all our work at Rewilder. 

For this project alone, we have saved and transformed over 700 street pole banners - an impressive effort by the LA Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl. 

Are you a company wanting to reduce your footprint? Do you have material to work with? Contact us to help you design more and waste less.

ROLLS OF RAW MATERIAL >

< IN PROCESS ROLLED BAGS // CUTTING PATTERNS >

RAW MATERIAL >  // OSCAR + LISA WITH A STACK OF MATERIAL >>

The Hollywood Bowl team came to our studio to interview us about the process and product. Here we are:

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