Who Gives a Crap + Beci Orpin

A designer's take on toilet paper, for a good cause

Designer toilet paper might seem like a unnecessary luxury, but Who Gives A Crap has a socially conscious reason to team up with the very talented Australian designer Beci Orpin. After learning that 2.4 billion people have no access to a toilet—something that we take for granted—Simon Griffiths, Jehan Ratnatunga and Danny Alexander decided to get off their seats and take action. After a successful …

The Limited Edition, UK-Made Elephant Bike

The charity refurbishes 5,000 vintage Royal Mail bikes in order give Malawi citizens their own wheels

The classic image of the postman on his bike doesn’t really apply anymore, as internet shopping and email means that we send more parcels and much fewer letters. In the UK, the Royal Mail postal service has decommissioned 25,000 Royal Mail bikes made by Pashley, the longest established bicycle manufacturer in the country. The sturdy, well-designed bikes were destined to just end up in a …

Stone & Cloth’s Summit Collection

The LA-based company's made in USA bags help provide education for students in need

Inspired by vintage mountaineering and travel bags with the modern day customer in mind, Stone & Cloth has re-imagined their their line of bags for their new Summit Collection—which launches on Kickstarter today. Now—in addition to the backpacks and totes—the LA-based company will offer weekenders and handbags. Each bag is crafted from American-made canvas from the Fairfield Textiles mill in Bridgeton, NJ and the Summit …