Pretty Tipping Vase Illusion


Does this tipping vase make anyone else feel just the slightest bit uneasy? Ammo by Jean Marc Gady is a beautifully simple vase that plays with our senses, making us feel as though it’s just one second away from falling down. Like a cannonball, it sits ready to shoot something up into the air, but the only thing it’s allowed to send up is a flower. For some reason, it reminds of that surreal melting clock.




Jean Marc Gady’s website
via [FancyCrave]



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