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TCS Tkachuk Cork Style

Fashion | March 29, 2018 |

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TCS Tkachuk Cork Style

Your attention is drawn to a presentation of an exclusive direction in modern art. That is to say the authorís handmade eco-bags and clutches made from wine corks.


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The bags are temperature-resistant, waterproof and made from organic materials. Moreover the bags are comfortable, lightweight, durable and the most important thing is that they do not have analogs.


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Sergei Tkachuk, the author and Cork art designer. Ukraine, Kiev.

“I have been working in this field for more than 7 years. I do anything from traffic jams. Bags, clutches, bow tie, paintings, dresses, installations…”


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