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Empty Vase: For When You Want to Kill Your Flowers

by Hazel Chua

Ever received flowers from someone you aren’t particularly fond of? Say, your ex who cheated on you with your best friend? Or that co-worker who told your boss about that harmless joke you cracked about the man himself a few weeks ago?

If your answer’s “yes,” then you might want to look into these Empty Vases.


Seriously, though, these Empty Vases are actually intended for dried flowers. Of course, you could just stick them into regular old vases, but they’ll just look much cooler in these hollowed out ones.

Designer Chen Liu’s Empty Vases look like they’re molded or shaped from rubber or some other soft material, but they’re actually made from ceramic. The cool thing is that they can also be hung on to walls to make for some truly attractive decor in your home.

Liu isn’t producing Empty Vases at this point though, so you might have to mold your own if you want one for yourself.

[via Coroflot]

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