Charlotte Taylor Fictive Objects Wave Vase

This Sculptural, 3D-Printed Vase is Now Available in the Sight Unseen Shop

London-based designer Charlotte Taylor briefly considered becoming an architect before studying in the fine arts department at Chelsea College of Art, and her fascination with the built interior shows in almost everything she does. On Instagram, she’s risen to fame with a series of digital illustrations that combine elements of real and imagined spaces, and she’s created environments and set designs IRL as one half of Dellostudio with her partner, Oscar Piccolo. Her first object design, which we’re stocking in the Sight Unseen Shop as of this week, is a series of vases called Fictive Objects — in other words vases that have been designed to inhabit the imagined spaces portrayed in Taylor’s drawings but that will look just as good styling a shelfie. She created the three pieces — Staircase, Curve, and Wave — in collaboration with Unique Board, a new company specializing in 3D-printed limited artist editions; each one is created to emphasize shadow, light, tonality, and the pastel hues Taylor encountered on her travels through Mexico, California, and Italy. Hop on over to our shop to purchase one of Taylor’s Wave vases — as well as a half-dozen other new arrivals!

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