From Tree to Tree
Stylin' Art. A family company that came into existence in 1940, and still creates their products with pride and joy. To illustrate what exactly is going on inside, we asked Gooze to design, paint, and eat croissants with us. As this has been a success in the past (you might remember him from the Satellite Jellyfish mural in Antwerp), we were very eager to start on this project.
The concept: the A to Z workflow of creating everyday-products with wood chips, starting by using leftovers from tree logs all the way to transporting and installing the end-product in your house featuring some of the workforce in the process. Of course, for every tree cut, a new one is planted.
BEFORE / AFTER? YES.
About the artist
Location: Bijckhoevelaan 5, 2110 Wijnegem
A huge thanks goes out to the generous people of Stylin'art for receiving us with open arms and forklifts. Your coffee machine really saved us.
Another thanks to Mega-Mat (our paint supply guy) and Gerken Hoogwerkers for the lift.
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