Artwork design by: Angel Lamar
From the formal and conceptual methodology of Modern Brazilian Architecture, whose main figure was the architect Oscar Niemeyer. This movement is known for exploring “… the compositions and poetic implications of the tropical environment … through continuous dialogue with the natural topography of Brazil.” Based on this premise, the methodology is adapted to the natural environment of Puerto Rico, appropriating the abstraction of both urban and mountain environments in the composition. The use of parallel lines, curves and marked geometric lines work to establish levels, contrast and depth, allowing the appreciation of an urban landscape surrounded by mountains.
ABOUT THE DESIGN OF THE BRUSH
Flooxa toothbrush’s unique product design was created especially to act as the perfect canvas to showcase student artwork. After careful research, we found that clean teeth can be achieved with the simplest of toothbrush designs.
ABOUT THE HANDLE
The handle is made of 100% biodegradable bamboo, an environmentally sustainable timber. The bamboo is heat-treated for a water-resistant, quality finish and long life.
THE BRUSH BRISTLES
The colorful bristles are made from soft BPA-free nylon. Currently, there is no viable plant-based biodegradable material that matches the cleaning effectiveness of nylon.
THE RECYCLABLE PACKAGING
At Flooxa, a sustainable, environmentally-friendly product is a goal. The toothbrush wrapper and shipping packaging is made from 100% compostable cardboard and paper. Please feel free to recycle or compost.
MAKE STUDENTS SMILE
For every toothbrush sold with their design, the art student receives 10% of the proceeds!
Each unique Flooxa toothbrush features laser-etched artwork by students.