Brazilian designer Ricardo Saint-Claire expanded his work into product design after years of mastering art direction and graphic design. He earned a Masters of Arts in Communication Design in 2003 at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. Three years later, he launched his namesake design studio and made the leap into product design. Saint-Clair currently splits his time between designing for corporate clients and developing personal projects.
Drawn from Nature
This unique vase by Ricardo Saint-Clair is a blank slate, waiting for you to make your mark. A hole on the side of the vase holds a piece of chalk, which you can use on the erasable laminate surface to write reminders to yourself, illustrate what your flower might be thinking, or simply draw the vase you imagine.
A glass tube inserted into the top holds a flower, and is removable for easy cleaning. Vase can stand upright on a table, or be wall-mounted using the two included screws and anchors. Made in China.