Shiro Kuramata | "Flower Vase #3" | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shiro Kuramata, a member of Memphis and among the most innovative designers of the late twentieth century, was fascinated by the visual possibilities of acrylic. This vase exemplifies the elegance and poetic lyricism of his minimalist aesthetic
A good drink requires a good presentation. Inspired by Japan's tallest mountain Mt. Fuji, this unique glass is designed by Keita Suzuki, and handblown by master craftsmen at Sugahara Glassworks. Pour in your favorite beer with a generous head, and Mount Fuji appears in all its glory. And thanks to its wide bottom and narrow top, the Fujiyama Glass is also perfect for aged brown spirits such as bourbon, brandy, and whisky. Comes in a special solid Paulownia wood box, like a traditional…
DC Hillier's MCM Daily - Scandinavian Glass
Literally born of fire, glass is a mesmerizing art form. Catching the light and freezing colors in a permanent, still tableau that will last forever, and forever remain the same. But almost belying the delicate and beautiful forms the process of making glass hardly so.