• About
  • Portfolio
  • Stream
Caatinga - Caatinga is named after the caatinga ecoregion in Brazil which is caracterized by the strong presence of various species of cacti. Despite the arid landscape of that region, the people who live in the area are known to be extremely lively and fun. Representing the happy nature of these peoples, the Caatinga toothpick holder is a playfull object, always finished in funky and bright colours.
Caatinga - A toothpick holder made recycling waste pine wood, using voc free paints and varnishes. Caatinga is named after the caatinga ecoregion in Brazil which is caracterized by the strong presence of various species of cacti. Despite the arid landscape of that region, the people who live in the area are known to be extremely lively and fun. Representing the happy nature of these peoples, the Caatinga toothpick holder is a playfull object, always finished in funky and bright colours.
Caatinga - A toothpick holder made recycling waste pine wood, using voc free paints and varnishes. Caatinga is named after the caatinga ecoregion in Brazil which is caracterized by the strong presence of various species of cacti. Despite the arid landscape of that region, the people who live in the area are known to be extremely lively and fun. Representing the happy nature of these peoples, the Caatinga toothpick holder is a playfull object, always finished in funky and bright colours.
Guaraná serving platters - The guaraná serving platters are made using waste plywood and eucadur (material made with the use of wood fibres), natural dyes, water-based glues and finished with linseed oil. The organic forms and colours simbolize the guaraná seed found in the amazon.
Guaraná serving platters - The guaraná serving platters are made using waste plywood and eucadur (material made with the use of wood fibres), natural dyes, water-based glues and finished with linseed oil. The organic forms and colours simbolize the guaraná seed found in the amazon.
Guaraná serving platters - The guaraná serving platters are made using waste plywood and eucadur (material made with the use of wood fibres), natural dyes, water-based glues and finished with linseed oil. The organic forms and colours simbolize the guaraná seed found in the amazon.
  • o
Sustainable Design
Comments (11)
Naissa Zeh Frossard...
About me Belo Horizonte, Brazil