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Flower pots 3d printed Anomalies: the importance of the stem

Flower pots 3d printed anomalies by inkinch
Flower pots 3d printed Anomalies: the importance of the stem it has been modified: 2015-10-23 di Benedict Flowers

Flower pots 3d printed Anomalies, designed by the studio inkinch of London arise from the question: "Why is the flower always more important than the stem?"

This is a mini collection of 3d printed flowerpots in which stem and flower try to be both protagonists. The vases have classic and traditional shapes, but with one anomaly.

Their geometry has a missing piece, or an additional part, which reveals the stem. It is an RPG in which there is not a single protagonist.

Anomalia is an open source project, the vases are designed to be made in 3D printing, you can download the design and work with a local maker or make it yourself.

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The geometry of the collection vessel abnormalities has a piece missing, or additional part, which reveals the stem.

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Photo credit: Magda Rezene

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