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Kateryna Uvarova's brand 3.14BAN specializes in upcycling, a creative reuse of various waste materials to create new things perceived to be of greater practical or aesthetic value. Kateryna used to make accessories and merchandise from used advertising banners.
Before the war, 3.14BAN products were sold in six cities of Ukraine. Kateryna was planning to enter the international market, but her workshop in Kharkiv was destroyed as a result of Russia’s invasion. The entrepreneur moved to Lviv, where she began to work on a new upcycling project – recycling fired cartridges brought to her by volunteers. The small-caliber fired cartridges will be used to make keychains, and artillery fired cartridges to make art objects (Kateryna is looking for artists interested in developing the project).
She plans to sell her products in partner stores, at online auctions, such as shop.brave.ua, and at concerts of Ukrainian artists abroad. Kateryna expects to forward 40% of the revenue (around $1,250 – $1,500 per month), for the reconstruction of the Skovoroda Museum.
Join the fundraiser to purchase an engraving machine for Kateryna Uvarova, which will help her create accessories from fired cartridges.
Photos of Kateryna: Yurko Dyachyshyn