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I have received the replacement sign and it is perfect - thank you so much I really appreciate your fab customer service.
Best wishes,
Zoe June 2017

Would just like to thank you for your first class service. The order arrived promptly on the 1st, the perfect gift for our new born grandson in Tasmania!!
With thanks, Richard June 2017

My order has just arrived, and I'm thrilled to bits with it. These are the initials of all my grandchildren which will be displayed on the wall and greatly admired. Thank you.
Carol May 2017

 I love all your products ! Ella January 2017

The painting on the floral hearts is beautiful
 Sofia January 2017

Our large 43cm gold letters arrived safely today - I can't believe how lovely they look .
Ruth November 2016

Thank you so much! New letter arrived today. What fantastic customer service, delighted!
 Claire February 2016

Rattan Wicker Log Baskets by POSH Graffiti

 Very Strong, Rattan Wicker Log Baskets part of The Katingan Project

star wars the force awakens uses baskets from katiungan


Rattan Wicker Log Baskets.

For centuries the Dayak people of central Borneo have used the natural strength of the rattan vine to fashion working baskets made to last in an extreme environment . All the rattan vines are used including the waste vines that cannot be sold to factories in China. We have set up "Operation PLANET BASKET " to develop the rattan industry in the area and are working directly with the local communities who live on the edge of the rain forest in partnership with an important Ecosystem Restoration initiative (ERC) called the Katingan Project. The aim is to protect the forest by developing sustainable agriculture around the virgin rain forest and protect the forest from fire. Rattan cultivation and weaving in particular provides work and extra income for the local people who would otherwise practice illegal logging and be forced to burn the forest and clear land for palm oil cultivation.  

Harrison Ford visited the project in 2013 filming Season One of the Emmy award winning climate documentary called The Years of Living Dangerously and amazingly the following year we sold the very same baskets that Harrison had seen on his visit to Pinewood Studios in London and they appear on set in the opening scene of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Watch out for them on fire in the market!


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