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Per appassionati di interior desgn e home decor. Hometrotter vi aiuta ad essere sempre aggiornati con la sua buona dose d'ispirazione quotidiana.

Per appassionati di interior desgn e home decor. Hometrotter vi aiuta ad essere sempre aggiornati con la sua buona dose d'ispirazione quotidiana.

Artists and designers now claim back the right to work with rugged and raw natural materials like sand, twigs, carton, leather, raffia…, and create objects and art with  organic forms and  grainy, fibrous surface textures. On the photo, El Anatsui

organic forms and grainy, fibrous surface textures. On the photo, El Anatsui

Ghana artist El Anatsui, metal hanging at Brooklyn Museum. I love the way the artist recycles liquor bottle caps and other found objects to create gorgeous metallic "fabrics" resembling the traditional Kente cloth woven in Ghana. Photo by Maeve Gately, 2013.

Ghana artist El Anatsui, metal hanging at Brooklyn Museum. I love the way the artist recycles liquor bottle caps and other found objects to create gorgeous metallic "fabrics" resembling the traditional Kente cloth woven in Ghana.

Kinkade Recycled (Mountain Retreat)  - comprised of appx 40,000 pieces of junk mail, folded and string bundled into 2 inch cubes to create colored pixels.

Amanda Nelsen -- Kinkade Recycled (Mountain Retreat) This 8 by 5 foot wall hanging is comprised of approximately pieces of junk mail, folded and string bundled into 2 inch cubes to create colored pixels.

A closeup of one of the pieces from the exhibit “Olga de Amaral: Selected Works," which was on view at the Louise Blouin Foundation, at 3 Olaf Street, London, from October 14-30, 2013. #textile

A closeup of one of the pieces from the exhibit “Olga de Amaral: Selected Works," which was on view at the Louise Blouin Foundation, at 3 Olaf Street, London, from October

El Anatsui, el alma escultórica de África atemporal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I7XZL9KjFQ

El Anatsui Dusasa I Ghanian-born El Anatsui constructs large-scale, quilt-like sculptures comprised entirely of the aluminum wrappings from liquor bottles. The works take on this incredible life as it folds and ripples, mimicking a textile.