Spanish jewelry artist Eugenio Loarce refashions ordinary printer cables destined for the landfill into fanciful jewelry, brooches and bags. These wearable pieces of art have all been created to raise funds for the BipBip Foundation, aimed at closing the digital divide amongst collectives in danger of social exclusion.
The project is part of an inspiring social business, SocialBid, that raises funds for charity by auctioning products donated by companies. This project is sponsored by HP. Bids begin between 20.00 € – 50€.
You can see the full collection here.