Hyper Realistic Ocean Wave Vases

Marsha Blaker and Paul DeSomma, two glass artists at Kela’s, a glass art gallery in Kauai, Hawaii, have a unique talent for capturing the power and motion of the sea. It is only at a closer glance that these stunning ocean wave vases can be distinguished from the real thing. They created a myriad of other beautiful glass art inspired by the sea, so be sure to take a look!

Glass Vases “Pino-Pino” by Maija Puoskari and Tuukka Tujula

Maija Puoskari together with Tuukka Tujula has designed a glass vase/container named Pino-Pino. “When receiving flowers one often has just the wrong vase. The glass vase Pi-no Pi-no offers a solution to this problem with its modifiability. The height and colour of this practical and beautiful vase can be adjusted through its stackable glass rings, so that one vase can work in different situations. When not in use for flowers, the vase can be turned into a container due to its wooden lid.”

Osmosi Collection by Emmanuel Babled

Emmanuel Babled has designed a collection of furniture, lighting and vases made from glass and marble called Osmosi. “Osmosi is an edition by Emmanuel Babled. It consists of glass and marble pieces, marrying the two materials into sculptural objects, furniture and lighting. The project is in the border between manufactured products and one off sculptures. The functional aspect is present in each unique piece.” Take a look!

Kishu Collection by Maya Selway

Designer Maya Selway’s Kishu collection consists of a series of objects that were designed to look like careless, half-finished sketches of candle holders, vases and bowls. Each object in the Kishu collection is carefully weighted at its base to support its lopsided structure. “I worked for a long time to get the balance just right,” said Selway. The collection recently won second prize in the Object category at the Interieur Design Awards at the Interieur Design Biennale in Kortrijk, Belgium.

Unusual Vases “Industry Porcelain”

Italian design studio Gentle Giants represents their latest project “Industry Porcelain”. By using white porcelain Michael Breschi has created a series of ceramic vases with gold metal bases. Drawing form from art deco architecture, articularly industrial water and gas storage towers built during that period, these pieces pay close attention to the detail and cultural dimension of the structures. This collection pays tribute to the past work of highly respected German photographers, Bernd and Hill Becher. Take a look!

Creative “Bloom My Body” Vase

Here is another example of creative vases similar to WIG Vase that we’ve shown you some time ago. Created by Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe the person-shaped vases “Bloom My Buddy” allow to create endless number of original creations with flowers, leaves and stems! Originally commissioned by the Flower Council of Holland, the larger design has been downsized for a home version. The smaller one measures 45 cm, is made of rotation molded polyethylene and has 98 holes. The larger version measures 120 cm, is made of hand laminated polyester and has 298 holes. Take a look!