January 13, 2014

Products We Love: Studiomama.

They may have been made from scraps destined for the dumpster, but these quirky, personality-packed animals – dubbed Offcuts by Danish designer Nina Tolstrup – are more treasure than trash.

The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose

The pieces used to make the figurines were leftovers from a project involving repurposed wooden pallets; Nina, one half of design house Studiomama, saw faces among the scraps and began building. According to the Studiomama site: “[The animals] consist of different odd shapes with nail holes and random cuts – each with their own personalities.” Their humble beginnings, we think, make them all the more lovable.

The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose


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