5 Green Finds From the MoMA Store's Destination Seoul

5 Green Finds From the MoMA Store's Destination Seoul

Jen DeRose
Feb 23, 2009

A new collection at the MoMA Store highlights pieces normally only found in Korea, including recycled cloth stuffed gorillas and recycled newsprint pencils...and the best part is that four of them are under $30.

Over at the MoMA store, recycled newsprint pencils are yours for $5, and recycled memo paper--featuring a tree design to remind you of where paper comes from--for $10.

Repurposed street banner bags range from $6-$15, and recycled cloth stuffed gorillas--which are sewn by hand and benefit economically disadvantaged single mothers living in South Korea--are $28.

The only splurge is the $95 dollar jean tote, made with denim donated to the Beautiful Store, a NGO that helps teach about recycling in South Korea.

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