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April 11, 2013
New York-based, Texas-bred designer Doug Johnston is utilizing his skills and passion for materials and functionality. Not afraid to step outside the box, Johnston investigates the relationship between the two, handcrafting humble and durable organic fixtures out of minimal materials. Johnston's production process relies heavily on an industrial sewing machine, in which he stitches cotton rope and nylon thread to create a variety of goods including these Two Stools.
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  Handcrafted in various dimensions, these sturdy stools are filled with flexible casting foam. Photo by: Michael Popp  Courtesy of Michael Popp.

    Handcrafted in various dimensions, these sturdy stools are filled with flexible casting foam. Photo by: Michael Popp

    Courtesy of Michael Popp.
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doug johnston stools

Handcrafted in various dimensions, these sturdy stools are filled with flexible casting foam. Photo by: Michael Popp

Image courtesy of Michael Popp.

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Each of his designs vary in size and shape and are available to purchase at MATTER.

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