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Offcuts Creature 004

Offcuts Creature 004 by Studiomama.

The Offcut creature was born from a project Studiomama embarked on in 2009, in which they repurposed discarded pallets from the streets of London into easily assembled DIY furniture.

With the leftovers from the project, they began creating a series of anthropomorphic figures. Using their designer's intuition, the duo would look through the "scrap" wood, identifying pieces which resembled eyes, ears, tails and other animal parts, then piecing them together to create the zoomorphic figures.

Studiomama describes the production experience as liberating. In contrast to the deliberate process behind manufacturing furniture, assembling the offcuts for the anamorphic figures is both playful and spontaneous.

The characterful creatures extend the lives of otherwise discarded materials, adding value and charm to materials that would be widely considered waste.

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Offcuts Creature 004 by Studiomama.

The Offcut creature was born from a project Studiomama embarked on in 2009, in which they repurposed discarded pallets from the streets of London into easily assembled DIY furniture.

With the leftovers from the project, they began creating a series of anthropomorphic figures. Using their designer's intuition, the duo would look through the "scrap" wood, identifying pieces which resembled eyes, ears, tails and other animal parts, then piecing them together to create the zoomorphic figures.

Studiomama describes the production experience as liberating. In contrast to the deliberate process behind manufacturing furniture, assembling the offcuts for the anamorphic figures is both playful and spontaneous.

The characterful creatures extend the lives of otherwise discarded materials, adding value and charm to materials that would be widely considered waste.

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40w x 8d x 22cmh

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Made from wooden offcuts sourced from Studiomama's London workshop.

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