Poetic Paper Justice

For some odd reason I have this feeling that most designers turn poets and philosophers when they get into the description of their products. For instance designer ShiKai Tseng makes complete poetical sense when he describes the relation between waste paper and recycling it into a vase. The philosophy behind the Moulding Paper Recycling Bin is to give meaning to our paper trash. Fair enough, but I’m still to find the logical, technical and feasible reasoning behind this. Can anyone help?

Designer: ShiKai Tseng

Moulding Paper Recycling Vase by ShiKai Tseng

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6 Comments

  • Margot says:

    Okay,now this is the best application of planned obsolescence I have ever seen. Talk about keeping your customers coming back! They are not kidding when they say that being green costs green, but this is ridiculous. The function clearly is not so applicable to ‘going green’ as keeping the designer’s wallet in the red.

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