Since month only shops that provide essential goods for daily use are open for walk-in service in Berlin, Germany.
“If my shopping experience is reduced to purchasing groceries and cosmetics, the least I should do is do it in a stylish way” I thought and created an elegant food-shopper made from a woolen blanket and an old shopping trolley.
The shell, a wool-blanket, was bought at Textilhafen. There they collect donations for homeless people and sell materials to designers for reuse and upcycling that are not needed. Wool blankets are often rejected by homeless people because they dry too slow. Preferred are sleeping bags and blankets made of polyester.