We mentioned Bags from Brazil before but they aren't the only Brazilian company dealing in funky, recycled pop top bags. Escama works with two women's cooperatives Cia do Lacre and 100 Dimensao in Brasília, Brazil. The prices for the handbags are set by the cooperatives. Each bag has a card with the name of the artist who crocheted the piece and the Escama website has a picture and a bio of each of the artisans. The Masha bag shown here sells for $160 and comes in silver, gold or black.