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Black Ruby: Debbie Wijskamp Recycles Tire Rubber Into Weird and Wonderful Housewares
Posted By Ana Lisa On June 21, 2012 @ 4:18 pm In green Interiors,Green Kitchen,Green Products,Recycled Materials | 1 Comment
Dutch industrial designer Debbie Wijskamp  has created a fantastic collection of “Black Ruby” housewares made entirely from recycled tire rubber . Working from her Arnhem studio, this young designer enjoys handcrafting designs that explore new uses for everyday materials.
To make the Black Ruby collection, Debbie Wijskamp  developed a technique that recycles widely available rubber powder into waterproof, functional objects. She creates small tire  ‘pebbles’ and combines them using a polyurethane  binder to create strange-looking cups, plates, bowls and vessels. Weird and wonderful, the Black Ruby collection would make a great topic of conversation at any dinner table.
Photo © Debbie Wijskamp
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URLs in this post:
 Debbie Wijskamp: http://www.debbiewijskamp.com/
 recycled tire rubber: http://inhabitat.com/dom-in-berlin-reuses-car-tires-to-create-a-stylish-showroom-in-the-city-west/
 tire: http://inhabitat.com/maisongomme-a-funky-garden-office-and-shed-made-from-recycled-car-tires/
 polyurethane: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyurethane
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