Year of Craft 2011 flags upcycled into bags

27 September 2012

Our Year of Craft 2011 flags that were on display last year on the quays in Dublin have been upcyled and repurposed by craft enterprise Mamukko Bags.

The flags have been used as lining in some of their three new designs: 'Titanic 2.0', 'Titanic mini' and 'Cocktail party'. The rope to adjust the sides of the bag were also upcycled from the Year of Craft 2011 flag. 

Attila Magyar from Mamukko Bags said "All our bags are unique and original designs and the upcycled flags add an extra feature and story to our products and people love to listen to our stories and now the Crafts Council of Ireland is part of them".
 

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About Mamukko Bags
From their Kinsale based workshop they produce a contemporary and affordable range of handmade handbags and accessories. 

These original and innovative creations are made of upcycled sailcloth, PVC tarpaulin and marine fabrics. Their collection of functional and funky bags is inspired by design and the use of recycled materials to give an eco friendly solution to fashionable accessories. 
From design inception down to finishing they are true to their beliefs of recycling contemporary materials. Each bag is individually designed, handcrafted and finished in their workshop. 

These unique and new interpretations of fabrics for fashionable handbags result in a fashion accessory that is affordable, functional and eco friendly.

 They also do custom made bags and bespoke boat covers as well as industrial sewing and repairs.
www.mamukko.ie

 


http://www.etsy.com/listing/110065415/everyday-use-cool-funky-shoulder-bag

 

About Year of Craft 2011:
The overall aim of the Year of Craft 2011 initiative was to promote and celebrate the outstanding talents of craftspeople living and working throughout the island of Ireland in order to sustain and grow this economically significant sector. During 2011 throughout the country craft makers showcased Ireland’s creative and entrepreneurial talent in many imaginative ways, from acclaimed exhibitions to innovative pop-up shops to world-class conferences and talks. Read the full Year of Craft 2011 Report here.

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