bottle cap designs by yoav kotik
bottle cap designs by yoav kotik
oct 22, 2008

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik

yoav kotik sculpts bottle caps into hanging lights which look like draping hankerchiefs

yoav kotik is an israeli designer who currently has an exhibition called ‘in the spring’ at periscope gallery in tel-aviv. as his main material, kotik uses metal bottle caps from glass pop bottles and gives them new life. he bends, folds, cuts and presses the recycled material and transforms them into chandeliers, jewelry and small sculptures.

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik detail of kotik’s pendant light

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik recycled bottle cap flowers in full bloom

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik a detail of the metal caps which have been pressed and bent to form the flowers

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik dandelions

bottle cap designs by yoav kotik kotik also utilizes the inner side of the bottle cap in this chandelier designrelated yaov kotik at designboom mart tokyo 2007

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