You can get some pretty amazing results by combining stuff -- who would have thought putting together an Oscar nominee, the Hangover guy, a UFC fighter, and some dude actually named Sharlto could ever result in "sucking"? Piecing together used clothing to give you a place to keep your cash, 100% Cool. Popping up in Little Five Points and at festivals/craft fairs all around ATL, 100% is a local outfit that creates one-of-a-kind, machine-washable wallets by cutting & stitching fabrics and materials from thrift-store/donated clothing, run by two Latvian ladies who make everything together because their "energy is positive" and their "vibe is infectious", although Right On! tends to make way more people nauseous. There're over 40 unique wallet styles for sale, including one-panel pocketed versions like the red/white/blue/black "Stripy Soldier" made from jeans & pants, a biz-card-fitting, woven shirt number with "Damn" text taken from a t-shirt, and a green w/ white stripes mash-up of used shirts and a magazine cut-out reading "Know Your Tequila", which is especially important when evading trouble at biker bars with Pee-Wee Herman. Two-folders include more shirt-borne jobs like the black & orange "Halloween" and the lime green "Neon" w/ pieces of hand-painted canvas, and there're tri-folding, Velcro'd models like the brown/blue & white plaid, four-slotted "Perfect", or one featuring a plastic-covered parking ticket on the top flap called "Free Parking!!!", handy when you're waiting around on street corners for the Community Chest to show up. You can also contact the ladies to get customized stuff done, like a wallet made from your own t-shirt; they'll even cut the main image out of any shirt and put it on a new one if you've outgrown the original -- which no one has of the A-Team, except apparently for the asshat who directed Smokin' Aces.