I love this imagery by Dutch design studio Jo Meesters, who create products of sustainability and craftsmanship by upcycling paper waste and combining the shredded paper with glue and ink. Once dry, a treatment of epoxy resin leaves the vessels strong and water-resistant. The PULP collection seeks to ‘reinvent waste into pieces of work that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing’. More, http://www.wdstck.eu, via
And these Spanish-made Pulp pendants are currently on sale at Folklore (previously reviewed here)
Two years ago it looked like a trend. But here it is still. It’s been renamed for fashion, too – dégradé, or the modern dip-dye.
1. Konkret pendant light by Jonas Edvard. More, here
2. Kebnekaise pouf from Story North.
3. Pulp pendant light from Folkore. More about Folklore on owl’s house london, here.
4. Frost glass for Stelton.
And I love these (entirely dipped!) rooms:
(first image Pinterest, second image unknown)
What do you think of colour-dipped things? Would you have them in your home?
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