German designer Jonathan Radetz created a unique vase concept that results in beautiful vases that are made in a studio in Bavaria.
Using seismograph recordings of two separate earthquakes in Italy and New Zealand, the unique vases are constructed from a mold that takes the shape of these recordings. The resulting pieces of functional art are hollow vases with unique shapes that the unsuspecting eye would not realize are actually inspired by earthquakes.
The vases are showcased holding thin leafy branches but are unique and interesting enough that this is an unnecessary feature. The unique concept of the vase coupled with its minimalist aesthetic makes it so that it can function as a standalone piece in a room, without any additional attributes.
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