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The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts by Stefan Schwabe

The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts by Stefan Schwabe DI RCA 2012

Formafantasma: Italian designers Farresin and Trimarchi have become well-known for their interesting use of materials. Past projects include objects made out of food, a range of natural plastic vessels and furniture covered with discarded animal skins.

Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma show us experiments with unusual materials including fish skin, cow bladders, animal blood and lava.

NewspaperWood Mieke Meijer 02

Instead of using wood to make paper, NewspaperWood upcycles newspapers to make an innovative wood-like material. NewspaperWood products are created by Dutch design group

Queensland scientists and designers work out ways to make the slimy skin of fermented kombucha tea into a waterproof, durable textile.

Kombucha clothing: Scientists, designers work to make fermented tea into a textile - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

test fabrics by de culinaire werkplaats of dutch vegetables to inspire fashion designers to think in local produce as materials for fashion.

test fabrics by de culinaire werkplaats of dutch vegetables to inspire fashion designers to think in local produce as materials for fashion.

Groenteabstracten - Angelique van der Valk

Groenteabstracten - Angelique van der Valk

microbial cellulose

This is my microbial skin grower. Inside it lives a micro organism, when you feed it, it creates a microbial cellulose structure.

Unlocking the aesthetic and functional potential within vegetable waste–The work of Angelique van der Valk

Unlocking the aesthetic and functional potential within vegetable waste–The work of Angelique van der Valk

Medicinal Botanical Plants

Medicinal Botanical Plants