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The GuardianThe objects we buy are supposed to tell us something about who we are. But they don't tell us half as much as the objects we make, as even a quick flick through Home-Made Europe: Contemporary Folk Artifacts reveals. Here are everyday things people have fashioned with their own hands. Heaters, hammers, anchors, rat-traps, barbecues, showers and goalposts. They range from the pitiful - a child's grill for corn on the cob, rigged out of wires bent over tea lights - to the technically impressive - one man made a fridge. This is a catalogue of human resourcefulness.
— Justin McGuirk