For its latest exhibition, Object Abuse, London's KK Outlet challenged a group of artists and designers to transform an everyday object, repurposing it to create an entirely new item, using as little additional materials as possible. It's well worth a visit. I especially liked the cut up for sale signs, rebuilt in to bird boxes and the London brick book ends by designers Deadgood.
|Bentwood chair with mop leg and dress made out of knickers|
|Chess board coat hooks, broom light and salt egg timer|
|Waterbottle lighter, paintbrush coat hook, coat hanger car model|
|Flat cap cat-flap|
The exhibition runs until 25 Sept 2011
KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB