Resource Revival: Homeware and jewellery from upcycled bike parts

The idea for Resource Revival came as an epiphany when founder Graham Bergh got a flat tire biking to his recycling job in 1991. That inner tube became a cradle for his stereo speakers, and after three years of tinkering he started Resource Revival in 1994. Today, Resource Revival remains equally committed to that spirit of innovation and recycling. Every month tons of used parts are sent to them by bike shops all over the USA.

All products are their own designs, all are at least 50% recycled by weight (some are 99%), and all are handmade in their Oregon, USA workshop.