At-risk teenagers in Kenya use recycled wire and aluminum to make vibrant and playful bicycle sculptures. Not only do these crafts help make the environment a little better, they also help make the lives of the young artisans a little better, too.
Each bike includes details such as spinning wheels and pedals. The bikes are free-standing with the help of a small kickstand.
Bikes measures 7"L x 2"W x 4.5"T.
Jarida Crafts is a social enterprise that employs a variety of teenage individuals, including drop-outs, young mothers, and street youth, to create handcrafted recycled note cards. While their circumstances might vary they all have one thing in common: creativity and their desire to share their art with others.