Drew Johnson sometimes refers to himself as a junkman, or a "recyclopath." But when you see what he can do with discarded circuit boards, you might also want to call him a creative genius. Drew has long been an advocate for sustainability, and it was while he was working for an electronics recycling company that the idea occurred to him to make a neck tie out of discarded circuit boards. The idea was inspired by a cork tie his mom gave him from—you guessed it—UncommonGoods. Drew began making more and more of the ties, as well as adding new products to his growing catalogue. What began as a crafting hobby soon turned into a business—one which has earned Drew awards for his earth-friendly vision.