Taiwanese designer Wu Shu-Cheng's 'Show Vase' is a creative piece of water-activated art. His Show Vase is either a picture of a beautiful flower or a white board depending on how much water is in the flower's vase.
Real plants need water to survive, and apparently so do real pieces of art. The Show Vase could serve as an awesome reminder to water your plants, or as just another kickass art piece.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are attracted to products that feature a more involved element. Designs that require customers to be hands on are appealing to those who prefer a more interactive approach. Companies trying to increase their value on the market could come out with more items containing this aspect.
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