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Who's Casper?

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designjunction is delighted to support an important charity project: Who’s Casper?

Following on from the successful #wherescasper campaign earlier this year, a selection of high profile creatives from a variety of disciplines have been invited to customise Casper stools, designed by Michael Sodeau and manufactured by Modus.

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Why this matters... The customised stools will be exhibited at #djKX and later sold in a silent auction. All proceeds will go to Movement on the Ground, a charitable foundation responding to the humanitarian crises affecting men, women and children forced from their homes by climate change, poverty and war.

Designers taking part include: Jon Burgerman, Vic Lee, Alex Chinneck, Anthony Burrill, Moritz Waldemeyer, Ross Lovegrove, Barnaby Barford, James Joyce, Autoban, Snarkitecture, Tom Dixon, Sir Kenneth Grange, Chrissie Macdonald, Esther Cox, Studio Egret West and Nicholas Burrows.

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