vibrant paper objects by alice oehr x pan after
How’s this for a cool collaboration? Aussie artist Alice Oehr came up with a bunch of eye-catching patterns, which were then transformed into a range of paper objects by women at Wola Nani – a South African community project providing employment to crafters living with HIV/AIDS. The whole thing was sorted by local store Pan After, and the bowls, platters and cylindrical vessels are made by hand using layers and layers of paper. Find the full range (from $20) over here.
These eye-catching patterns come straight from the pages of frankie 98. Head here to find your closest stockist, pick up a copy from our online store or subscribe from $59.50.