Anthropologie 'Savannah Story Bust' is Full of Safari Spunk

By: Tiana Reid - Published: Jul 25, 2010 • References: anthropologie & projectnursery
Made by Haitians, the Anthropologie ‘Savannah Story Bust’ is a collection of intricate papier mâché wall decor. They were created by the Haitian artisans in an attempt to honor their own African heritage.

Made of repurposed cement bags and vintage (read: recycled) French book pages, these handmade busts are available in four animals: giraffe, zebra, rhino and gazelle. No matter the creature, the Anthropologie ‘Savannah Story Bust’ adds some safari spunk to any living or bedroom. Stats for Papier-Mache Animal Busts Trending: Older & Average
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