Zero Footprint Shirt

In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, one man has designed the Zero Footprint Shirt. Dave Rittinger, an architect from Brooklyn, has created a shirt made entirely out of leaves and glue. According to his biography, Rittinger discovered that “nature, people and the built environment seemed to all be angry with each other” and seeks to break those preconceived boundaries in his work.

So if you are short on cash this holiday season and want a cheap, eco-friendly gift, considering making your own Zero Footprint Shirt. All  you need is leaves, glue, and lots and lots of patience.

Check out his other Zero Footprint Shirts here!


About Emily Adaire

Professional book reader, child chaser, animal lover and cookie taster.
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