Eco Arts: Hodge-Podge furniture from trashed Harley motorcycles

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Eco Factor: Furniture made from salvaged industrial parts and Harley motorcycles.

Recycling old parts and turning them into functional artwork and furniture isn’t anything new on EcoFriend, however, the choice of the raw materials sometimes makes the major difference between an artwork and a functional artwork. Eco-artist and designer Neil Feuer has done exceptionally well in crafting functional furniture from trashed motorcycles, which does include Harleys as well.

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Since the choice of material is unique, the end result too is one-of-a-kind. While some furniture items are made from salvaged seats, others are made from handlebars, lights and other used chrome parts. Since the material used is not from an ordinary machine, the furniture retails for a handsome price, with the Love Seat retailing for $1500, and the table with wheel for $325. Check out the complete range at Hodge-Podge’s homepage.

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Thanks: [Neil Feuer]

  1. Dear Eco friendly friends, Keep the good work up You Guys are GREAT!

    Im Indian South African, I would appreciate your help with details to the manufactures of the Bicycle taxi, I’m keen on introducing this system in South Africa. Many thanks Vic

  2. Dear ecofriendly, I am so happy to read on what you guys have done so far. Please I will like to learn more on how plastic papers can be recycled into bricks. Disposing plastics in Cameroon is a big challenge and they greatly reduce soil fertility and also destroy aquatic life. I appreciate you in advance for your help.

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