Graduate designer Daniel Rawlings has created a series of vases by heat-shrinking plastic tubing around broken crockery.
Here's a bit of text from Rawlings:
Heat shrink series, a range of products utilising heat-shrink tubing (heat sensitive plastic that when in contact with a temperature above 150 degrees will shrink in size). A variety of household vessels comprising of reclaimed crockery brought back to life with heat-shrink. The heat-shrink shrouds existing vessels to exaggerate and extend their current forms whilst also reviving a lost functionality.
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