Original wig vase by Tania da Cruz



Just when you thought you’ve seen it all when it comes to flower arrangements, Tania da Cruz comes with a new and very interesting idea. She created a very unusual vase that has an unconventional design. The vase is shaped like a human …head. The idea is that you will provide water that will be stored inside and the plants will be able to get out through the wholes and look like a wig.

It’s not a bad idea. It’s actually funny and fun to do this kind of arrangements. You can really use your imagination and creativity for this activity. However, I can’t ignore the fact that it’s still a little creepy. Imagine someone walking on the street and seeing these heads without a body just standing there like they have been decapitated. Sure, they look pretty with all those flowers, but still a little creepy.

The vase is a ceramic structure that has a removable compartment for water. It can be used both indoors and outdoors to create an original décor. The most interesting aspect about this piece is that it allows you to create a limitless number of decorations using your creativity. It’s definitely a piece that will bring a smile on the faces of those who see it. It makes flower decorations a lot more fun and it encourages people to bring a little of nature inside their homes.


Published by in Design And Concept, on June 30th, 2011

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