Lisa Kirmsse, Giovanna Pereira, Bitchiko Varshanidze, Karl Linderoth & Stephany Schlappkohl,

Silver

Discipline
Product & Structural Design

Year of study
2nd Year

University
Miami Ad School Berlin

Lisa's Website Karl's Website Gigi's Website Stephany's Website Biko's Website

In most developed nations, toilet paper is a staple that can be found in every public restroom.

Menstrual products on the other hand are taxed as “luxury items” and are far from being as accessible as toilet paper.

To challenge this stigma, they developed a biodegradable, chlorine-free, flushable tampon which, upon unfolding, can be used as toilet paper.

These tampons then replaced regular toilet paper in all public restrooms, including male toilets and even went on to conquer the restrooms in governmental buildings to reach those who have the power to bring on change on a legislative level.