Vegetables 3D

July 28, 2009

The vegetable 3D  are organic products such as a bowl, a vase, plates, made from a variety of 100% dried vegetables and fruits. All the materials are fully eatable, 100% biological disposable and tasty.

It is recommended for use indoors. When the material is in a high-humidity environment, the material becomes weaker and more flexible. In a constant high-humid environment, or when the material gets wet, the material will perish thus not suitable for places like Singapore.

I can imagine it being used for picnics and home buffets, less waste, more food.

Extract from Geke Wouters

Bloom My Buddy

March 5, 2009

Designers Niels Van Eijk & Miriam Van der Lubbe have created these fun flower vases. They have a resevoir in which to hold the water and various holes so you can design your ‘boy’ or ‘girl’ in infinite floral dress. Come in 2 sizes.

Extract from if it’s hip, it’s here

JVC Sound Garden Concept

November 5, 2008

JVC created modular multi-directional speakers and subwoofer powered by an internal amplifier. It’s also made of totally renewable, sustainable materials as summarily represented by the cute little bonsai.

Extract from Yanko Design

So japanese, so original, so simple, so beautiful.

Extract from Teori

Water Me When I Tilt

August 25, 2007


The action of this vase illustrates the state of the flower within. Made from handcrafted pewter, the vase stands proud when it is full of water, though as the level of water evaporates, the vase starts to lie down. An obvious metaphor for life. A great visual cue to know when to add more water. Now you have no one but yourself to blame if you can’t keep that precious rose alive longer than 2 days.

Extract from Yanko Design

Slate Vase

July 18, 2007


Fun and original vase made from slate. Create your own design by using the different coloured chalk for drawing on the slate vase. The kids at home will enjoy hours of fun. You can still whip them if they breaks it…

Extract from Vincon

Bikini Vase

June 3, 2007

Ceramic Vase with plastic pole, exposing flowers as they’ve never been seen before. Can you see the trick?

Extract from art ga18ary