Inspired by origami and jewellery, Madeleine Beaulieu shows us her passion for high-quality minimalist objects through her precious leather bags that she crafts with care.
Whether you're focused on work or studies, you can be as stylish and creative as you like. Rewrite your everyday with our new, eye-catching essentials that are anything but ordinary!
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ChopValue: Chopstick Harvester
Engineer and designer Felix Böck defines himself as an urban harvester. In his city, he collects materials others consider to be waste in order to give them a second life.
The chopsticks from restaurants around Vancouver have become an inspiring resource for him to take advantage of.
His creations show how post-consumer materials can become a viable supply source and be transformed into new designs that are attractive, innovative, and most importantly, carbon negative.
chopsticks recycled, transformed, and diverted from the landfill since the beginnings of ChopValue.
*Last updated May 15, 2020
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The creations of ceramicist Meghan Greenlay open a window to her delightfully eclectic world of pop art and fantasy.
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The Rich History of Woodworking in Canada
From sculptors to finish carpenters to cabinetmakers, our woodworkers have become true artists over the centuries, creating the most beautiful items from this extraordinary material.
A Short History of Canadian Ceramics
The delicate and slow art of producing ceramics is thousands of years old. Still to this day, we mould, throw, and fire ceramics that are as practical as they are pretty.