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This project was created by Amy Pon, Sarah Jensen, Janet Molchanko, and Morgan Smith of the Alberta College of Art & Design. This is a hypotheti… Read More
This project was created by Amy Pon, Sarah Jensen, Janet Molchanko, and Morgan Smith of the Alberta College of Art & Design. This is a hypothetical product made for our VSCM 221 class. The objective of the project was to use a 2L plastic soda bottle to create something that generates social or economic value. It is a refillable, waterproof toilet paper capsule made from a 2L plastic soda bottle, a resealable bag, reflective tape, silicone, twine, and recycled paper. It is intended for outdoor enthusiasts who camp, quad, fish, snowmobile, sled, hunt, etc. The capsule can be hung and has an optional light attachment. The profits would go to the Canadian Parks and Wildlife Society. Instructor: Naoko Masuda Read Less
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Copy: Sometimes you want to live in the wild, but are you sure you can identify poison oak? Made from reclaimed materials, Nature Calls is a refillable, waterproof toilet paper capsule for when a leaf just won't do.