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Interior designers can sink their teeth into a new home-goods capsule collection inspired by jurassic world. Accompany and fair trade brand Ten Thousand Villages are partnering with a series of mission-driven service tools, textiles, and accessories ahead of the final movie in the trilogy.
Priced from $13 to $100, the line is available online starting today and features handcrafted goods ethically sourced by artisans in Nepal and India. Among the fun pieces are neem serving bowls shaped like a stegosaurus tail and iconic T-Rex footprint, hand-carved wooden bowls with reptile and dinosaur tooth designs, sustainable bamboo bowls adorned with stegosaurus and triceratops handles, Velociraptor-inspired cotton placemats, and more tableware.
There are also printed canvas bags on the market, throw pillows with the movie’s famous paleontologist logo and other prehistoric patterns, covered terry baby bath towels and pint-sized paleontologist tote bags. Select pieces are available to shop today, while the rest of the collection will be launched this fall.
Premieres in theaters June 10, Jurassic World Dominion It is the sixth and final blockbuster movie Jurassic Park The franchise stars Chris Pratt as veteran Navy trainer-turned-Jurassic World Velociraptor, Owen Grady, and Bryce Dallas Howard as former Jurassic World theme park manager. A native Jurassic Park Characters Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Eli Sattler (Laura Dern), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) also return to help control the terrifying Giganotosaurus.
Jurassic World Dominion It takes place four years after the eruption of a volcano that devastated the fictional island of Isla Nublar. According to the tagline, “Dinosaurs now live – and hunt – side by side with humans around the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and will determine, once and for all, whether humans remain the primary predators on a planet they now share with the most fearsome creatures in history.” “.
The Accompany Group and Ten Thousand Villages work to “empower marginalized artisan communities and enhance their social and economic status while preserving the heritage of their cultures and crafts,” in a statement.
to view file jurassic worldAn inspiring group, Accompany has created a video to highlight the makers of great merchandise. Watch the short film and more items from the collection below, and shop online starting today at Accompany and Ten Thousand Villages.