Wild Waste Baskets Made from Reused Plastic Bins and Sustainable Woven Rattan

by , 05/12/11

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A study in contradiction, this wild waste basket created by German designer Cordula Kehrer is a cool way to collect your recyclables. Produced by the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines via fair trade NGO Preda, each Bow Bin is made from sustainably harvested rattan and reclaimed plastic bins. The colorful plastic charmingly offsets the natural wickerwork, creating an unlikely treat for the eye.

+ Cordula Kehrer

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  1. kesh_abha123 July 29, 2012 at 8:57 am

    i really , love it!! , i am from india, i am a craft student, currently studying in Indian Institute of craft and design, so, is it possible, for you ?, can you provide an internship ,my area of interest is Recycled art, so please ,give me an opportunity so that i can learn it.

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