It is an object created with the motif of images of vines and walls, and the vines refer to the pattern of the original door and the repeated pattern image of natural objects that can be seen in wallpaper and fabric created by William Morris. The object body was created by modifying the curved shape of the scallop, but it was made into a vertical object so that it could also be used as a vase. The image of the curve and the vertically raised shape were intended to be reminiscent of the image of the garden under the sea seen in movies and photos as a child. I tried to express the image of growing primitive plants that no one has ever seen in the garden that has been settled under the sea for a long time.
The manufacturing method was stacked with a coiling technique, and to emphasize the front of the object, the forms of vines were molded and pasted only on the front of the base wall, and each vines was made into a collection of repetitive elements. In addition, for the fun volume of the appearance, a ring-shaped piece was attached to the base wall as a shipping element, and a shell-shaped piece made by the rolling technique was attached to the O-ring. Since the chaffing technique is one of the techniques I used metal materials to give a dangle feeling to make similar and different changes.