carry your flower bouquets everywhere with this wearable vase by evgeniia kazarezova

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slovakia-based designer evgeniia kazarezova has created a wearable vase, allowing you to carry your flower bouquets everywhere. made from stoneware clay, the vase adopts a raw character and is fixed on the body with straps that resemble a bandage. the piece seeks to put the connection between human and nature into practice, while serving as an iconic design object and fashion accessory.  

carry your flower bouquets everywhere with this wearable vase by evgeniia kazarezova
all images courtesy of evgeniia kazarezova

 

 

the form of the vessel was born from the concept of a person closing their palms, trying to hold water, as a symbol of complete unity with nature and love for it. the resulting design by evgeniia kazarezova generates an intermediary object creating the image of a person who has just gone shopping in the fields. the wearable vase is made from stoneware clay in sand color, with a white glance glaze inside. meanwhile, a strappy harness completes the piece securing its place on the user’s body. 

carry your flower bouquets everywhere with this wearable vase by evgeniia kazarezova

 

 

‘it’s amazing how plants find their place sometimes in the most unexpected places. on a solid wall of a five-story building. on the stone steps. they make their way through the asphalt, sprout through the fences,’ shares evgeniia kazarezova. ‘I have always been attracted to this play of urban constructions and rebellious nature. observing, rethinking the position of plants in our urban life, I create vessels that convey the spirit of these complex relationships’ she adds. 

carry your flower bouquets everywhere with this wearable vase by evgeniia kazarezova

carry your flower bouquets everywhere with this wearable vase by evgeniia kazarezova

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project info:

 

name: wearable vase
designer: evgeniia kazarezova

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: myrto katsikopoulou | designboom



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