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Glow: Objects Made from Reclaimed Plastic Bonded with Resin

03.24.16 | By
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Over the course of a year, she found a combination of materials that worked—a mixture of old eyeglasses, lunch trays, and soda bottles. Once bonded with resin, the mixture is set into huge molds that she makes, then sanded and polished to get the translucent finish. The result is a whimsical collection of ‘Glow’ objects, which includes colorful chairs, tables, wall mirrors, hand mirrors, and vases, each with an organic, handmade feel that almost look good enough to eat.

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Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-4-chairs

Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-5-chair

Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-6-tables

Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-7-tables

Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-8-chair-mirrors

Kim-Markel-Glow-Recycled-9-cool-color-wall-mirrors

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.