Eco Find of the Day, Part 2: Driftwood Hooks by Kiel Mead

This post was written by guest contributor Jess Chamberlain, a Seattle-based writer whose love of good design is second only to her passion for environmentally friendly living. Look for her posts on our blog.
(Driftwood Hook Blue: $25 each) Crafted from driftwood salvaged from the beaches of New York State, each of these wall hooks by Kiel Mead are one of a kind. Mead, who is known for turning ordinary objects into utilitarian art, is the director of the American Design Club (AmDC), an organization promoting the efforts of emerging designers in the United States.
(Gold/Silver Leaf Red Driftwood Hook: $50. Photos courtesy of Kiel Mead)Each hook comes with two brass screws. Like a little fancy? Check out Mead's newest driftwood hook designs with gold and silver leaf.

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