SKY FULL OF STARS TOTE
SKY FULL OF STARS TOTE
Sustainable tote bag upcycled from mesh banners hanging at the Coldplay Rose Bowl shows on 9/30 and 10/1, 2023. These are limited edition, and each reinvented tote is one-of-a-kind.
The Sky Full of Stars totes are cut from areas of the banner featuring the synchronized light show from the stadium crowd’s light-up wristbands, showing up as glowing spheres against a colorful backdrop. Your tote will be abstract and multicolor – no two will be alike.
Proudly handmade in LA. 100% of profits benefit The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit dedicated to removing plastic from the ocean through scalable technology.
- Dimensions: 16" H x 13" W x 3.5" D
- Materials: 100% upcycled mesh banners and seatbelts
- Double top handle
- Graphics will come from the crowd lights on the original sign, and will vary in color, shape, size on each bag
DUE TO THE NATURE OF UPCYCLED MATERIALS, THERE ARE SCARS AND MARKS ON SOME OF THE MATERIAL. THIS IS NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR OF A LIFE WELL-LIVED, AND WILL NOT IMPACT IT’S NEXT LIFE WITH YOU.
We divert high performance materials from the landfill and design them into new beautiful, durable items for more day to day use. That means that every item you buy on this site takes a pile of waste away from the landfill. Win for you, win for Mother Nature :)
IN SUPPORT OF
The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organization, is developing and scaling technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Their aim is to put themselves out of business once the oceans are clean.
Every year, millions of tons of plastic enter the oceans, primarily from rivers. And the plastic that’s afloat within the oceans isn’t going away by itself. To effectively solve the problem, we need to both halt the trash flow from rivers, and remove legacy plastics from the oceans at the same time.
Your purchase of this tote both prevents and cleans up waste. Thank you for your commitment to the planet.
The banner is made from polyester mesh material (polyethylene terephthalate), with a 25% air flow-thru. This is a synthetic petroleum-based fiber, and is a non-renewable carbon-intensive resource. Following use, these banners would typically be thrown away in a landfill.
Each tote diverts 51 lbs of CO2 from entering the atmosphere, and 23 tbsp of plastic from entering our soil. Each tote is the equivalent of planting a tree.