Hope Forever Blossoming: tall flower vase
Just add water. That’s the idea behind “Hope Forever Blossoming,” a series of plastic, flat-pack flower vases that arrive flat but expand to vases when filled with water. The graphics further enhance the beauty of the plastic and make it look like a real vase.
The mechanism for the vase is the same as a shampoo refill pack. In fact, that’s exactly where the designers took their inspiration from. While working on a label for a refill pack the designer filled it with water to check the appropriate height of the label. When he came back to his desk someone had left a flower in it.
Paint Drip: a colorful and playful design that mimics dripping paint
Japanese Pattern: an homage to the traditional kumikikko (tortoise shell) and hoshi (star) patterns
Two-Tone: bright colors that have been dipped in more subdued colors
- Designer: Yoshie Watanabe and Ryosuke Uehara (D-Bros)
- Size: 160 x 140 mm (short version)
- Material: Polyester, Polymide, Polyethylene
- Set of 2 varying color vases