The black and white pattern changes its shape by pulling airvase in different directions to create an impressive display.
This is a paper bowl that enfolds air. You can freely change its shape to use it as a tray for small objects, decorate a vase, gift wrap a bottle of wine or present it as a piece of modern art. The thin and lightweight paper gives strength and resistance to the bowl. By expanding and compacting it in diverse ways, you can enjoy the ever-changing patterns.
Born in Sendai. Graduated from Tohoku University of Art and Design faculty of Sculpture. Worked at the good design company before founding AD&D, specializing in V.I., graphic design, and art direction in other fields such as website and product design. Major works include the campaign for Roppongi Hills Cinema October and V.I. for the Tokyu Bunkamura 25th Anniversary. Major accolades include the NY TDC Jury Award, ONE SHOW DESIGN Merit, Brno Biennial 2012 Visitors’ Award, NY ADC Silver Award, D&AD IN BOOK, JAGDA New Designer Award, Japan Typography Association Annual Best Work, Sendai Tanabata Golden Award, GOLDEN BEE 11 Award, and others.