I’m pretty sure you are aware of the fact that stickers are responsible for a lot of paper waste. I wanted to put an end to this cycle. There must be something that we can do! This is how I came up with the recycling scratch pad idea. Ever since I had this idea a couple of months ago, I started collecting the sticker papers during my walking tours through the cities. Usually, Normally, I would have simply thrown them away after finding a nice place in the urban world for the stickers. The idea began to take shape as I decided to have the cover pages designed by different artists - they were also very thrilled about it. Finally, I worked on techniques to create notepads from all this paper.
The first attempts were a bit tedious, but this is the only way to achieve your goal. I soon figured it out and was absolutely blown away by the handmade notepads. The thought that this could eventually lead to a movement in the sticker scene drove me even more. You are always welcome to donate the leftover sticker papers (at least 100 pieces of the 10x10cm stickers). As a thank you for giving the paper a second chance and a new life, you will then receive an exclusive discount code that you can redeem on the entire range.
Buy one of the unique scratch pads, support the local artist of your choice and plant three trees!
With every purchase of a scratch pad, you are supporting the local artist who designed it and furthermore, our environment. 33% of the money goes directly to the artist and another 33% will be spent on planting trees with the non-profit organization One Tree Planted. [more about the organization]
On behalf of everyone: thank you so much for your support!
Artists who are part of this project so far:
More artists are coming soon!
Air: We humans and almost every other living creatures need oxygen to breathe. Through photosynthesis,
trees are releasing oxygen to the air. They also absorb harmful pollutants from the air.
Water: Trees and forests also keep our drinking water clean. Their root systems, even the entire nutritious forest floor,
act as natural filters and remove harmful substances.
Biodiversity: Trees and forests are home to countless animal species and offer them not only habitat but also protection and food.
Health: Fresh air keeps us healthy, but for example, health-promoting substances are also extracted from the bark of a white willow,
which is used to manufacture drugs such as aspirin.
Everyday life: Paper, apples, furniture, clothing, houses, maple syrup - we humans need trees and therefore cut down a lot of forests.
In addition, trees are the reason why millions of people have a job and earn money.
Climate: Trees can bind a lot of harmful carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from the atmosphere,
for which we are primarily responsible, unfortunately. A tree can absorb up to 5 kg of these
pollutants per year and simultaneously produce up to 130 kg of oxygen.
And that was not even all of what trees do for us ... Now it's our turn!
It’s probably obvious that street art is my absolute passion. By now, you will also notice that nature is very important to me. However, many things in our everyday life are still not sustainable or ecologically acceptable, and some may never be. Nevertheless, it is important to walk around the world with your eyes open and look for new, better ways of doing or improving things.
Small steps may be small, but as long as they go in the right direction, the beginning has been made. If you choose dreierrr, I will enable you to contribute to the reconstruction of our ecosystem.
Stay cool and make more conscious decisions.