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The Technicolor Flower Pots by Keisuke Fujiwara Lean with the Plant's Weight

 - Jan 9, 2016
References: keisukefujiwara & fubiz.net
Creative Japanese designer Keisuke Fujiwara put together a line of stylish flower pot designs made from technicolor mirrored glass. The vases feature an intricate teardrop shape and a rounded base that tilts depending on the weight of the plant inside. This means that each vase looks slightly different than the next depending on what type of plant is sitting inside.

The vases are beautifully gradient in color featuring one color at the base and another at the neck that delicately fade into one another along the mirrored material. The vase features a rounded oscillating base with a thin neck. Flowers can be placed inside and depending on how heavy they are, they will lean to more to one side or the other.