We already write in the past about recycling bike parts and built bags, and accessories with this materials. Seems that Hungarians are the best id doing that. Recently we discover FELVARROM. The team of felvarrom.com or simply Felvarrom (meaning “I’ll stitch it up” in hungarian) met some time around the middle of 2008. Péter Szabó, the shockheaded mechanic of the team is a man of free arts – he is involved in all different forms of art, and is capable of the weirdest association with bike chains, junk and trash. But he is actually putting up his robotic army in the darkness of his workshop. Márton Lakatos feels home in the world of street art, graffiti and vibrant animations.
Designing t-shirts, badges or a homepage, it’s all the same to him, one and a half duck and a monkey with feelers must be involved. László Szabó represents the attitude of the cycling fighters of our city. He has started to make accesories so as to get rid of his dead-used inner tubes and tires. His strength, devotion and sewing machine are God’s gift to you all. Not to mention the gorgeous belts and bracelets he makes. From the cooperation of these three, from the directed chaos of their thoughts and hands came Felvarrom.
“If we have to say something about the goal: we want to represent our own graphic craze within the emerging (and border-breaking) subculture of cyclists. We see a new lifestyle unfold bearing nature in mind. Recycling objects and valuing high-quality, sensibly designed, good-working tools (that are, dare say, even beautiful) are the ideas to which not only cyclists subscribe to. Our other goal just to say, is cycling.
We are convinced that the increasing number of cyclists is the realistic alternative to the chaos in traffic of both big and small cities. We believe in the culture of cycling: the knowledge of and mutual adherence to the traffic code, good bikes and top gear.
Think, recycle, act, change – that’s the message of our products. Cycling is cool. On our felvarrom.com site we sell uniquely designed t-shirts, accessories and objects made of mainly recycled material”. For more information, to get in touch with the guys and of course to buy this original goods, do not hesitate to visit the link below.