As featured in : Ignite Mag
This bowl, created by cardboard crafter Marie-José Gustave from crude cardboard, brings an ethnic and contemporary touch, mark of her West Indian roots. A sophisticated and bright object in recycled cardboard!
Each object is unique. The images give a good idea of what you'll receive.
Quebec Region : Handmade in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Material & Colour : Recycled cardboard.
Dimensions : Approx. 31 cm - 12 " in diameter ; 14 cm - 5¼" high.
Marie-José Gustave, inspired by her Caribbean origins and her travels. models and shapes cardboard to make sophisticated, contemporary and ethical everyday objects.
Marie José works with cardboard as if it was fiber. Concerned about the gesture, she makes each object by hand. The cardboard strips, carefully cut, are assembled to make clocks, bowls, lamps, furniture... Functional and sophisticated objects of contemporary design, they fit into any decor.
Supports some moisture, but not direct contact with water. Cleaning and dusting with a dry cloth or slightly damp. The bowls can be used to put objects or dry fruits (apples, oranges, bananas) if they are not overripe. They could serve as plant holders but again the direct contact with water is not recommended.
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