acrylic g,a,r,d,e,n ruler
At what point does stationary become art? Or, more specifically, at what point does a ruler become art?
Created by Norihiko Terayama, “g,a,r,d,e,n” is the successor to a previous design. Terayama uses various wild greens found in his garden. Each herb or wildflower is hand-picked and then set in acrylic at 1cm intervals creating a poetic garden that is also a 30cm ruler.
Supplies are limited as the designer can only make a several each year.
- Designer: Norihiko Terayama (Studio Note)
- Size: 300 x 30 x 9 mm
- Material: acrylic, dried flowers
- Comes in a wooden gift box
- Handmade in Japan