The printed matter

Inspired in old Dutch wooden travel cases, the creative duo Sholten&Baijings have translated that ancient craftsmanship updating the technique to create storage boxes for Established&Sons.

The wooden cases are hand woven and printed with beautiful hand drawn illustrations: 'the life of a tuna fish', 'the life of a turtle' and 'the life of a tree', raising the environmental implications of over farming and deforestation. The inside and the cover is painted in a striking fluorescent orange, blue or pink. I want one.


Butte Tuna, Butte Tree and Butte Turtle
Year: 2010
Materials: plywood


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