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“Greener” paper cup with no plastic cover!

I found this article on Fastcodesign.com about a new disposable paper cup without a plastic lid, which makes it a bit “greener”.

This cup is designed by Peter Herman, who partnered with Daren Bascome, of graphic-design firm Proverb, to form Compleat.

Source: Fastcodesign.com

Here’s more at:

http://www.fastcodesign.com/1665594/startup-radically-reinvents-the-disposable-coffee-cup-eliminating-plastic-lids

By DannyK

Danny is an experimental graphic designer, specialized in print: branding, packaging, and product design; involved in web design, animation, installation, photomontage, and illustration; and interested in architecture, music, and cinematography… He believes that design is not a commercial end in itself, but rather an experimental process to establish and to communicate to people visually compelling brand identities and forms, which in turn attract the mind of the viewer in a consumer world.

2 replies on ““Greener” paper cup with no plastic cover!”

Wow, $1 for a disposable cup!… I guess they might be pushing people into getting their own mugs and saving on paper more than making money out of the cups, which is a good thing too 🙂 don’t you think?
Where are you from Kate? Maybe you could give your college the idea, at least they would reduce using plastic lids…

PS. You have some nice knitted work on you blog, keep it up.

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