Unformed Vases by Kei Izumi
by Harry / November 10, 2011
From Kei Izumi, a collection of flower vases that "remain amorphous and incomplete in form. I wanted to create a new environment by surrounding myself with various shaped objects. So, I created a series of products inspired by the 'subtle changes' of everyday life."


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"The vases are like little houses or peculiar creatures and help create a dreamlike setting for our day to day life."

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Made of resin and plaster, users can arrange plants freely in the randomly placed triangles.

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