Mexican designer recycles election ads into tote bags

Mexican designer recycles election ads into tote bags, Mexican style originator Camilo Spirits scraps optional waste that he uses to convey packs and dress at his studio in Mexico City on June 6. Style originator Camilo Spirits has upcycled everything from plastic shopping packs to surface pieces and changed them into sacks, articles of clothing and additional items. His new item is the political vinyl advancements for candidates in Mexico's close by, state and government races, which happened on June 2.Among the winners was Claudia Sheinbaum, the past executive of Mexico City who will transform into the country's most important female president.Over the course of the past year, Spirits has cut down the inescapable flags, taken scissors and sewn them into purses, which he sells for between 100 pesos ($5.44) and 600 pesos ($32.63). "This political race season has been over the top," Spirits said. "They started [hanging up ads] so fast."