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Six million tons of single-use plastics get thrown out every year.
Nowadays, people used to eat out at the restaurant and have been handed a plastic-wrapped packet of plastic utensils.
Plastic forks, knives, and spoons may be convenient, but they’re wreaking havoc on our oceans. In fact, six million tons of non-durable plastics are discarded every year. “Non-durable” means that the plastic has a useful life of fewer than three years.
The project aims to raise awareness about the environmental impact of single-use plastic eating utensils and encourage people to switch to reusable alternatives such as metal, bamboo, or wooden utensils. This can be achieved through a variety of means, including social media campaigns, educational workshops, or merge with fashion to promote the use of reusable utensils.
As forks transform into fashionable bracelets, they are becoming ubiquitous in users' daily lives, serving as a reminder to carry their commitment to sustainability with them and elevate their style with each outfit of the day.
Infinity Elevator Exhibition
This exhibition's whole point is about building people's fear and awareness.
To make individuals realize how many plastic forks they can throw weekly. And how many they can throw away in a month and a year.
Through the mirror, people can notice that everyday routines can become a disaster to the environment and globally.
Make fork marketing more interesting
Designed the can packaging to avoid customers' feel and touch to know what kind of material or shape is inside of packaging.
There is special packaging for membership customers who customize their unique forks.