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Stephen Burks: Man Made at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Working with local basket weavers in a village near Dakar, Senegal, New York City-based designer Stephen Burks' Man Made Project consists of baskets which are woven using sweetgrass and recycled plastic into simple but bold patterns, and are then reconfigured into new uses -- sometimes functional, sometimes abstract.

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"Design Activist" Bridging African Traditions with Modern, Re-Invented Basket Lamps (Video)

Working with local basket weavers in a village near Dakar, Senegal, New York City-based designer Stephen Burks' Man Made Project consists of baskets which are woven using sweetgrass and recycled plastic into simple but bold patterns, and are then reconfigured into new uses -- sometimes functional, sometimes abstract.

Suzie by Colonel. Plastic bands from american 60's camping chairs are hand sewn around a metal structure. Each lamp has a color harmony which can not be reproduced. It's form recalls the lantern, as its light.

African baskets from Zululand (floor, far left) | African woven grass trays (right) on Senufo ceremonial bed. Styled for Couleur Locale, concept store in Belgium. Baskets from www.designafrika.co.za

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Lampes bouteilles - Boboboom

Boboboom lamp

Plastic bottles woven with wicker form Chimbarongo light for PET Lamps

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Peinture couleur : les nouveaux bleus de Little Greene

Peinture couleur : les nouveaux bleus de Little Greene - CôtéMaison.fr

The Nurdler consists of a hand powered water pump and a sluice that sorts the micro plastic from the stradline grading the particulates by size and using a floatation tank to separate materials by density, allowing us to separate the elusive plastic fragments to be recycled.

Peinture India yellow Farrow & Ball Tapis Farrow and Ball

Baskets by Design Afrika | Styled for Belgian concept store Couleur Locale | www.designafrika.co.za | Photo - Paulina Arcklin www.paulinaarcklin.nl blog.paulinaarcklin.nl www.facebook.com/PaulinaArcklinPhotography www.pinterest.com/paulinaarcklin