Flat Pack Christmas

This flat pack Christmas tree was designed by Alexander Glenn.  You send it as it is and then assemble it yourself; it also comes with instructions on how to assemble.  On his Christmas card Glenn reveals that, as well as offering seasonal greetings it “looks at the throw-away society and mass consumerism especially around Christmas time. The idea of the flat-pack Christmas card reflected this idea and lent itself to Ikea’s furniture, while making it cheap to post too.  Recipients can then build their own Christmas card, which is more interesting than a bit of folding card.”



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