Portuguese designer Tania da Cruz created for new brand Idilli an ironic and playful feminine head-shaped ceramic vase inspired by Amedeo Modigliani portraits that teases both flower designers with a sense of humor and hairstylists with the green finger.
Each hairdo can be created by inserting flowers and leaves in the holes on the top of the head. Inside a small water container guests all the stems and helps to directionate the hairstyle.
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WIG ceramic vase is handcrafted by devoted artisans, its ironic design was born with the aim to “steal a smile from those passing by” – Says Tania da Cruz.
New brand Idilli was born to celebrate the poetic aspect in aesthetics that make a product recognizable and iconic. The word Idilli means “short poem” in ancient greek.
WIG VASE is the first product of a collaboration with young talented creatives gifted with the fresh attitude to comunicate and design through the simplicity of an elegant smile.
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Wig Vase was created by Portuguese designer Tania da Cruz: a world citizen who shaped her style by living, studying and working in Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands. Today, Tania is working as a product designer and creative direction consultant in her Milan based studio.
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Photos: courtesy of Idilli.