Around a shape, around a texture.


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I’ve always liked baskets.

There is something archaic in its form, something poetic too. They are lighter than a blanket and never break.
They remind me of the rural life that I have never lived. Some weeks ago, unconsciously I began to weave some leather strips, and we’ll see where I’ll go. But I feel good.

Do you like basketry?

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