The Deflated Dinnerware series stands as an exquisite testament to the art of glassblowing, a collection of hand-blown glass vessels that poignantly articulate the often underappreciated burdens of domestic responsibility. These vessels are not mere objects of utility, but are, in essence, queered artifacts that spark dialogue, questioning the traditional roles they are meant to fulfill. They are tangible expressions of empathy, designed to resonate on an emotional level with those who encounter them.
Each piece is carefully brought to life in a Brooklyn glass studio, where artisans meticulously hand-blow and sculpt every vessel. The collection is adorned in a tranquil palette, including the soft touch of ivory, the serene presence of pistachio, and the gentle warmth of salmon.
These vases stand as individual masterpieces, with each one boasting its unique attributes. Slight variations in color and size are the signature of their handcrafted nature, adding to their bespoke allure. The studio suggests hand washing to maintain their delicate craftsmanship and advises against the use of microwaves and the introduction of hot liquids to ensure their preservation.
Each vase is hand blown and one of a kind. Slight color and size variations might occur. Hand wash only; avoid microwaves and hot liquids