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If you’re looking to treat yourself to a unique home accent to give your space some flair, make sure to check out this collection of contemporary vases that not only look good, but are also bound to blow your mind. Designed by Japan-based architecture studio Torafu, this line of contemporary vases beautifully fuses decorative homeware with art. Inspired by—and wanting to pay homage to—world renowned Manga artist Takehiki Inoue, the lightweight and flexible bowls are constructed using malleable paper to make sure these shape-shifters stay versatile. What makes these vases so novel is the fact that they can actually twist and turn so that the printed images move as well. This creative new collection was designed to celebrate Inoue’s most recent exhibition ‘Takehiko Inoue Interprets Gaudi’s Universe’.