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  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini
  • Flowerball mini

Flowerball mini

Design: Heath Nash

This is 100% trash! A bunch of flowers which do not fade.


160.00€

Product information

This is 100% trash! A bunch of flowers which do not fade.

Multicolour - mini - bended about 25-30 cm diameter

Single colour flower and butterfly shapes attached to handmade wire

From the range "Other People's Rubbish" by designer Heath Nash and his team of dedicated and skilled craftspeople who make beautiful, valuable objects from trash. Other people's rubbish is award winning collection of lampshades made of recycled plastic bottles and canisters. The collection is designed so, that every piece of a plastic canister is used- for different kind of lampshade. This is trash which leaves no trash.

100% handmade, environmentally aware and ecoconscious. While the value-added handwork and labour make the products more costly to produce, we remain passionate and committed to recycling and bringing he trash to design field.

Colours available: multicolor and white.

How to? 100% by hand

Size: Diameter about 25-30cm

Heath Employes formes streetyoungsters for making this collection. They can do anything with wire and are in charge with making the structures. Women collect the rubbish from beaches and households. Plastic bottles are carefully washed before cutting to leaves, butterflies and flowers.

 

MUM's

Mum's was born in South Africa 2006, when Finnish Outi, an artist, and mum herself, collaborated with 15 African women. They made sculptures for an exhibition in Finland, all weaved by hand, designed by Outi, empowering women who worked from home. All women were mothers, so the project was named MUM's.

Later on, it turned to be a name for a sustainable brand "Mum's Good with Goods". During the years a tiny art project has slightly developed into a sustainable design company, combining designers with sustainable production. Mum's has got production in four developing countries India, South Africa, Cambodia, and Bolivia. Everything is handmade as far as possible, people work from home, save travel costs to work. Materials are local either natural or recycled, and each Mum's product is signed by the artisan who made it.