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Hidden Vase Project by Chris Kabel

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Hidden Vase project by Chris Kabel has started as a research for ways to disguise the vase conducted for a Spanish magazine, Plant Journal. Hidden Vases by Chris Kabel The research resulted in several vases produced but the thing is in the principle of this vase-disguising technique, it is similar to that of a chicken waterer.

Hidden Vase Project by Chris Kabel

The poject shows off the beauty of the plants and flowers themselves. They are also standing in the plate and disguise the water source which is set upside down in a thinner container/plate.

Such hidden vases both nourish the plants and show their in their full view. The flowers were arranged by Frank Bruggeman while the photography done by Mathijs Labadie.

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