Yesenia Thibault-Picazo is a London-based designer who produces a new line of crafty, experimental objects that build on the Anthropocene era. Marked as the point of great human development, the creative channels this historic period to foresee the future. The household collection consists of three products -- each one made of materials that Yesenia Thibault-Picazo believes "will be used by craftsmen hundreds of years in the future."
Each resource that contributes to the designer's Anthropocene era line features a sustainable material that actively challenges a current socio-economic issue. For example, Thibault-Picazo utilizes sheep bone marble -- making a point about animal farming, ocean plastic, and aluminum waste. By bringing such materials in the manufacturing process, the designer starts a discussion.
Anthropocene Era Objects
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Useful Logo-Based Home Objects
Unconventionally Inspired Object Exhibits
Breakable Limited Edition Collectibles
Wasted Home Decor
Knobby 3D-Printed Dining Sets
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