Dazzle your guests with this striking vase by Australian ceramicist Jenni Oh.
The bold geometric designs in this series of vases were inspired by the "dazzle" camouflage employed on British ships during WW1, that was designed to confuse and of course not to conceal.
"It’s interesting this intersection of art and war, how something that looks so fun and joyous can also represent death and destruction.”
This striking vase has a rectangular opening and a flat pedestal, making it perfect for a shelf, a stool or on the floor.
opening: 1.3cm x 4cm
Now based in Australia, Jenni was born in Singapore then lived and worked in London and Rome. This global perspective is evident in an aesthetic that falls somewhere between European and Eastern with wide-ranging influences from Japanese, Korean and Chinese ancient ceramics to Scandinavian and mid-century design, Bauhaus and even kawaii culture. Her ceramics, both decorative and utilitarian in nature, seek to sing in the spaces they occupy.
Read more about Jenni Oh.