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Cordula Kehrer – not dying to please everyone and to be noticed

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Designer Eneida Tavares takes a look at two handmade techniques and seamlessly blends them to create a series of one-of-a-kind vases and containers, aptly called Caruma, which is Portuguese for pine needles.

Angolan Basket Weaving Meets Traditional Ceramics

Designer Eneida Tavares takes a look at two handmade techniques and seamlessly blends them to create a series of one-of-a-kind vases and containers, aptly called Caruma, which is Portuguese for pine needles.

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Bow Bin designed by Cordula Kehrer. Made from sustainably harvested rattan and reclaimed bins, the colorful plastic charmingly offsets the natural wickerwork.

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Cordula Kehrer

Designer Cordula Kehrer works with traditional craftspeople in the Philippines to produce Bow Bins, upcycling broken plastic bins using sustainably harvested rattan.

Dienke Dekker - Faux basket

The basket weaving craft has been the inspiration for this project about imitation and reinterpretation of crafts.

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Angolan Basket Weaving Meets Traditional Ceramics

Take a look at these "rope" baskets by doug johnston made of cotton cord sewn on an industrial zig-zag machine with colored threads

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"Sash Cord Studies" Baskets by Brooklyn artist - Doug Johnston

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