To be honest, the title pretty much says it all, with these Can Lights by Fuse being just that.
Yes, lights from discarded and salvaged cans, specifically Heinz Beanz cans and Campbell's Soup cans. With the help of Dublin's many restaurants and cafés who collect the tin cans, these everyday waste objects are turned into eye-catching yet functional pendant lights. Think of it as your very own piece of ceiling pop art.
Great on their own, even better as a set of three – which is why they're discounted if you go for the three. See an image of the Beanz tins over the page, with all selling for £80 each (or less with that multiple discount) complete with three core textile cable and recycled tuna can ceiling rose.
Find out more at the Fuse Finds website
Not content with producing highly collectible limited edition prints, Sir Peter Blake has now moved into the footwear business, specifically The First Real Pop Shoe by Sir Peter Blake.
It's available for pre-order now with a September delivery date, limited to just 600 pairs, all made to order so you are guaranteed your size. The style isn't random either – it's inspired by the footwear Blake wore in his classic Self Portrait With Badges artwork, now in the Tate Collection.
Searching for a retro look but with green credentials? Check out this wall clock which, believe it or not, is made from recycled plastic coffee cups.
Full marks for a the look of the clock: chunky white numbers, set onto a black clock face with a bright trim of red. And, as for the material, well apparently it's been developed so it has a nicer feel and look than plastic. You can buy one of the clocks for £25.95 and decide that for yourself.
Buy it from ECOutlet