Peter Marigold’s FORMcard- a pocket size ‘lifesaver’

Peter Marigold, a London-based designer who is known for his furniture design, is launching a pocket size card made of meltable and reusable bio-plastic that can be re-used for fixing objects, and it can be especially handy in different emergency situations. All it takes is to immerse the card into a cup of hot water, which softens the plastic so it can be modified into new forms. By reheating the card, it can be reused again and again.

"We believe that this material has a place in everyone's kitchen drawer, tool box and back pack, like Blu-tack or Selotape, so we developed it into a flat card form, that would always be around and always be ready to use," said Marigold.