What’s old is new again
Fallen Furniture uses reclaimed parts from both military and civilian aircraft, giving the pieces new life as functional works of art
Based out of Lynden, Washington, Klassen works by himself, creating one-of-kind pieces by hand
Artist Darryl Cox melds fallen branches and old picture frames into one-of-a-kind, handmade sculptures
At her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou noticed there were piles of discarded thread lying around
“No matter how beautiful or sophisticated our designs might be, the shapes we find in nature are often more mysterious and intriguing” – Sebastian Errazuriz
It started with a love for cars and motorcycles. Tomas Vitanovsky started as a stunt driver before an injury ended his promising career.
How cool is this? A former fire hall’s doors in Brussels, Belgium, are made from old fire hose and even the nozzle was incorporated!
They also built a solar-powered machine that melts and extrudes plastic so they could turn the discarded waste into art.