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Designer Markus Emilsson

“Bombastico” Vase (Yellow)

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“Bombastico” is a rich glass vase that is blown in a semi-open mold that allows the hot glass to swell out. The construction of the mold and the living character of the glass make each vase unique, leading to slight variations in shape and size.

“Bombastico” is made in a small-scale production which allows Markus Emilsson to constantly vary colors and try different combinations. He blows all of his objects at the Glass Factory in Boda, Småland, Sweden.

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Markus Emilsson
My knowledge and practice with glassblowing began in the historical glass region of Småland, Sweden. It has influenced my work, both in the techniques I use and the aesthetic expressions I deal with. My sculptural works are often created by duplicating or combining simple shapes into homogeneous structures. The direction, the energy and the contrasts of pompous voluminous and restrained stringency are important elements for the objects. The texture surface as well as the possibility to work with shifting transparency and light reflections has also become characteristic of the artefacts I create. 

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