Every household had their crockery broken as time goes. A household’s broken crockery are supposed to be destined to landfills, but graduate designer from Kingston University Daniel Rawlings created a design called the Heat Shrink Series that gives the broken Crockery a new life. As a result, numerous wonderful and elegant vases are created, and was exhibited at graduate show New Designers in London. Vases are created using heat-shrinking plastic tubing. Available in different colors, one of these vases will surely fit in your home’s interior design whilst saving the earth from growing landfills. Heat-shrinking plastic is a kind of plastic that shrinks in size once exposed to heat over 150 degrees.
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