More Disturbing Machinations from Isolation Unit

When I make my own studio, I’m going to call it Friends Party. And we will do battle with Isolation Unit, the studio of Teruhiro Yanagihara- the designer of this fantastic little flower pot creation. To activate the pot, all you have to do is follow the instructions given by the nice lady in the preview picture: open, expand over cup, look approvingly, and insert flower!

Teruhiro Yanagihara is simple and powerful. His studio name is Isolation Unit. He creates things like this, the “Cover It” flower vase. I forgot to mention above that you’ll need water in the cup, too.

Doesn’t it make for a happy little container?

Designer: Teruhiro Yanagihara at Isolation Unit

11 Comments

  • zippyflounder says:

    Simple but powerful…oh please that thingy has been around for years in vairous forms…just go to a nickle store.

  • Eric says:

    I sort of think that is the direct point of saying it’s “simple but powerful.” Because it has been around for so long on so many things it is simple, yet have you ever seen this use from it before? I’ve NEVER seen a function beyond containing or softpacking from these nets, I like the functionality from something seemingly nickle-store’ish. I also think these were designed to have function beyond a cheap item. They should be made to be used, prob not thin plastic…

  • stapler says:

    She’s hot

  • Keith says:

    I know white is the thing right now, but in these pictures the white material makes the product nearly invisible.

  • taeger says:

    ah… so great!
    makes you smile when buying an ¥500 fuji-apple with a poly-wrapper..
    but wait, dont some flower vendors wrap the bulbs with this also..
    now you just need a cup!

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