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Omer Arbel Makes Unexpected Objects from Recycled Copper Overspills
Designing construction techniques can have surprisingly interesting results that are more fun and random than simply designing objects’ shapes. With this in mind, Vancouver-based Jerusalem-born Omer Arbel created a series of experimental recycled copper containers with unexpected shapes and named them 19.0. Using leftover copper, a by product of the overspill generated by the sand casting technique, the designer could create unusually shaped bowls using what otherwise would go to waste.
Still at a prototype stage and more an experiment than a replicable product, these recycled metallic bowls are quirky and unique. Using sand casted recyclable copper gives the object a rough texture, highly contrasting with the polished inside. Weather a work of art or a randomly generated functional object, these delicate copper bowls by Omer Arbel are fantastically weird in an eco-friendly manner.
Photos © Omer Arbel
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