People in Pattalung in the South of Thailand have used “krajood”, a kind of sea grass, to make basketry for more than 200 years. Nat, an award-winning artist and designer, has become the 3rd generation to continue this craft. As far as he can remember, he has seen his mother and grandmother work on krajood to make household items including matting, baskets and bags. His house is a large community craft centre where members make krajood products for a living. Nat has introduced a lot of contemporary elements into the products, using inspirations from nature combined with special dyeing and weaving techniques, yet these simple and stylish products still retain their traditional charm.