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Category Archives: Art Recycle

celeryOrganic Celery
10 1/2″x 3 1/4″
cardboardchocolate_torte_ganacheChocolate Torte Slice
6 1/4″ x 2″ x 2 1/2″
cardboardcoconut_cupcakeCoconut Cupcake
4 1/2″ high-to top of label x 4″ wide
cardboardcupcake-buttercreamCupcake With Butter Cream
4 1/2″ high-to top of cherry stem
3 1/2″ wide including display doilie
cardboardmini-cupcakeMini Cupcake With Vanilla Buttercream And Sugar Flower
2 7/8″ high x 2 1/2″ wide
cardboardpetit_fours_silver_trayPetits Fours On A Silver Tray:
7″ x 3″ x 2 1/2″
cardboardpetit-four-with-fondantPetit Four with Fondant Rose On Victorian Dessert Stand
4 1/2″ high-to top of rose
3 1/2″ wide including stand
cardboardsushiSushi
10 3/4″x 7″ x 3 1/2″
cardboardsushi-for-oneSushi For One:
3 1/2″ wide x 2″ high
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The Cardboard furniture, “Julia has spent several years exploring the myriad of possibilities offered by cardboard.”. Via trucdesign.com.

last week west elm celebrated the opening of its newest manhattan shop by hosting a fantastic silent auction of one-of-a-kind furniture and objects created by david stark using recycled west elm packing materials. all of the proceeds went to the cooper hewitt and at the end of the night, david’s work was able to raise $8,000 for the museum!i’m always amazed by david’s incredible designs, but i was especially excited to see him design pieces using something there’s always an abundance off- packing materials. i’m partial to the gorgeous cardboard cacti, but there is also a giant lamp, tiny clocks, vases, a chair and much more. click here for more information on david’s work, here for david’s diy video on d*s and here for a tour of david’s colorful and beautiful brooklyn home. thanks, casey!

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