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Alexis Vase

Alexis Vase

Regular price $130
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💙 Porcelain  
💙 5% of profits go to The Art Therapy Project  
💙 If you love blue, creativity, Yves Klein, art, day dreaming...

Inspired by the exuberance and infinity of Yves Klein's bold blue color and his approach to paint with bodies, this vase captures the joy of simply creating. To follow Klein’s approach our vase bears the captivating blue handprints, while unrepeatable shape highlights the exuberance and limitlessness of art's expressive power.

All these make Alexis vase a statement piece for any room and remind us to enjoy the process of creation.

Height 8.6 inches.

Materials

Porcelain China
This vase is hand-crafted from porcelain at a family-run factory in Chaozhou, renowned as the porcelain capital of China. The handprints, produced in Germany, are created using lead-free color. The vase is fully glazed for a complete and elegant finish.

Shipping & Returns

This item ships via standard ground delivery and arrives in 3-8 business days. Expedited Shipping is available. Read Shipping page for more info.

It can be returned within 30 days of receipt. For more details please visit our Returns and Refunds page.

Care Instructions

Please, dust this piece with a soft, dry cloth and wash it delicately by hand with mild soap and water only.

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The Vibrant Touch Collection

Inspired by the work of Yves Klein and his notions of the infinite, the undefinable, and the absolute, this collection encapsulates the feeling of opportunity and boundless expression through its “unfinished” appearance.

The bold hue elicits exuberance and playfulness, and was associated by Yves Klein with immaterial values beyond what can be seen or touched.

The unexpected, uneven, unrepeatable shapes capture the process of creation, not merely the result. This moment contains infinite possibilities, freedom, and joy and stimulates that unrelenting creativity within all of us.

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