Picks of the Week

picks of the week

From recyclable kids furniture and Le Creuset’s limited edition Ombré Pink collection to ceramic doughnuts and Ercol’s millennial pink furniture pieces, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.

1. Ceramic Doughnuts by Jae Yong Kim

“South Korean artist Jae Yong Kim’s colourful creations are inspired by pop culture,” says Art Director Anton Pietersen. “Made from clay and paint, each doughnut is glazed and decorated with crystals and glitter. They look good enough to eat!”

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2. Ecobirdy’s Recycled Furniture

“These adorable furniture pieces by Belgian brand Ecobirdy are made from recycled plastic toys,” says Content Producer Mary Garner. “The collection, which includes a storage container, chairs and a lamp, aims to teach children about sustainability.”

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3. Le Creuset’s Ombré Pink Collection

“The limited edition Ombré Pink collection from Le Creuset is a tribute to a style that has been dominating the fashion world,” says Managing Editor Samantha Charles. “The colour is available in four cast iron products, namely the Oval and Round Signature Casseroles, as well as the Signature Soup Pot and Signature Saucepan.”

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4. Amanda Parer’s Inflatable Rabbits

“Artist Amanda Parer has, together with a team, including co-producer Chris Wangro, created a series of giant inflatable rabbits that aim to take a closer look at the relationship between people and nature,” says Online Editor Lindi Brownell Meiring. “I wish I could have a mini version to inflate on my desk!”

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5. Ercol’s Half-Rose Originals Collection

“British furniture manufacturer Ercol has added a modern touch to two of its original designs, in the form of a millennial pink makeover,” says Features Editor Amelia Brown. “The new range is an ode to the brand’s Loveseat (designed in 1943) and Butterfly Chair (designed in 1956).”

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