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“Afterwards” Vase for Growing Dreams

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“Afterwards” suggests devoting small actions to a dream, as there is no other way to keep the flower alive. It is an invented ritual which helps people to follow their dreams or reach their goals – it suggests treating a flower while having a definite purpose. After completing a single act devoted to a dream, one stone ball should be thrown into the vase and a drop of water nourishes the flower.

Watching how water flows towards a plant creates a moment which honours the process and captures the significance of ordinary moves. The “Afterwards” Vase for Growing Dreams is made using glass-blowing techniques and includes sphere balls made of Onyx Gemstone.

Limited Edition: 15
Full dimensions (cm)

14x14x41

Weight (kg)

1

Material

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Production Year

2019

Color

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Full dimensions (cm)

14x14x41

Weight (kg)

1

Material

,

Production Year

2019

Color

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Barbora Žilinskaitė
Barbora Žilinskaitė is a Lithuanian designer working between Vilnius and Brussels. The designer asks herself what are the possibilities of environmental impact on a human being and express her ideas into functional objects.   During the creative process, the designer seeks to distance herself from definitions of practices and combines different methods, likewise, she does not label the objects to have a broader look at them. The designer searches for new ways of interactions between people and objects, sometimes it provokes a certain emotion, encourages a change in habits or creates a new routine, sometimes it formulates questions or initiates a discussion.

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