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Design Ashtray resemble vivid sculptures of plants
Inspired by natural forms and textures created by Japanese artist Makoto Azuma flower designers and a stunning collection of botanical structures that look almost alive and functioning as the "ashtray". Ashtrays design were made in elaborate handmade and organic matter and provide an alternative route for the sustainable development of the product design horticultural materials. The creative idea is sure to inspire even non-smoker!
Ashtrays luxury richly decorated Makoto Azuma
With attention to detail and handcrafted, this ashtray design exude a special charm. At the basis for a round filter equipped with ashtrays, which has been cleverly framed with botanical material, so that the entire sculpture can be seamlessly integrated into a natural environment.
Elegant design and ashtray odors
The designer produces organic forms which are filled with ashes. Makoto used to produce various horticultural materials and natural products such as leaves, tree roots, moss. This was reflected by the original compositions. This is a similar ship shape and structure of a tree trunk with a Baumkronne clean cut, the other is reminiscent of lush plants mazes or covered with wildflowers in a mini carpet.
Nature back in focus - a ufwendig designed ashtray
Besides its function as the ashes of cigarettes, these organic structures offer the possibility of a friendly development environment for the design of everyday things. The spectacle of elegant and practical ashtray in a modern design that is close to nature. These ashtrays can still be used as an accessory on a shelf or in a closet for decoration.
Smoking - a well-known practice
Issues such as the cultivation of tobacco can be found in the floral ashtray too - smoking is still considered a symbol of individual freedom, power, wealth, is all about fun and even erotic. The flower artist Makoto Azuma, born in Fukuoka, Japan, in 1976, for his art is expressed in the language of flowers and plants and focuses on their value often overlooked.
The lush vegetation acts as cover and prevents the formation of odors
Ashtray - decorative element in your own home
Ashtray on the floor made from organic materials