For cinema lovers, film has a special meaning. Not only for the almost retro appeal that cinema inevitably brings with it, but also the idea that a small piece of plastic can evoke images, sounds, sometimes memories. The Italian designer Pietro Baraldi created an object that would encompass these feelings to bring with you every day. “Botteghino”, literally box office, is a wallet created for Cheap Design Contest 2011
, a design competition for low-cost products, and who won the first place. Botteghino is composed of scraps of film, according to the philosophy of reuse of waste material. The various processing techniques and the use of different types of film, can generate more than 12 different patterns. The icing on the cake of a product already tasty in itself, is the attractive packaging made from the cases of films.