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Disguise vases by Hokuto Ando & Toshiya Hayashi

Disguise is a series of vases that cast unique textures on the surface, like the moon or a veil of haze. They are made with wax, which is created layer by layer in a rotary motion. With the underneath light and subtle vibration, the water inside projects ripples and shimmers around the vase.

we+ always tries unique approaches to material. Wax is normally used subserviently, for example as a casting to be discarded or a coating to preserve paper and wood. However, in this project they focus on wax itself and utilize it as principal material for the product. Wax can be reused simply by melting it, making it a versatile, safe and harmless material for both us and the environment.

Wax, Solenoid, LED H65 W65 D65 / H80 W80 D80 / H100 W100 D100 / H120 W120 D120

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