Rather than throwing out old egg shells, design company Nosigner realized out a way to convert the delicate, damaged bins into wonderful products. The Japan-based company considers that all natural types have the potential to operate in surprising ways, and, with that in mind, they designed this reprocessed planter, entitled Hatch, and an eggshell light, eligible Revival.
The Hatch out planter provides nourishment to small new plants, which can then gladly develop and flower into bigger vegetation. Once the vegetation develop too large, the seashells can be reabsorbed back into the world in order to continue the pattern of lifestyle. In Revival, the weight of the egg is allocated equally throughout the complicated framework, leading to a self-sustaining, and normally friendly, arrangement. Nosigner says,
"Surrounded by artificiality in this day and age, there exists a strong desire to touch life, nature, and other 'real' things so as to reaffirm our existence."
By using the slim, sensitive external supports that once offered security for new lifestyle, the used things take on a symbolic meaning that connections people and characteristics together and accomplishes balance between beauty and performance.
Egg Shells Art by Nosigner
Source : Nosigner website