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12 Oct

Alexa Chung Repurposes Storm-Fallen Wood Into On a regular

Alexa’s Art Tour sees presenter and model Alexa Chung visit forces for change within the art world who each lead their different practices with sustainability, community, and innovation on the forefront. Within the second episode of the BMW and British Vogue series, Alexa takes a stroll through the forest with Sophie Sellu, a wood-worker who sources storm-fallen timber to lovingly sculpt practical objects – spoons, brushes, kitchen utensils – that double as art pieces. “Should you want something to live in your private home for a extremely very long time, it’s so good to understand it’s come from an excellent place,” Sellu says. “Quite unconsciously, I’ve at all times worked with either found materials, reclaimed timber or storm-fallen trees, simply because it is sensible. I do not know why you would not.”

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  • Agnimitra Sarkar

    I miss her YouTube videos so much

    October 12, 2023 at 4:17 pm