Neolastic vases, by Studio Sjoerd Jonkers
Dutch graduate designer Sjoerd Jonkers has designed a collection of plastic vases inspired by archaeology and primitive objects. Called Neolastic Vases, the collection consists of four vessels of different shapes, sizes and colours and is an addition to Jonkers’ earlier collection of Neolastic tableware.
The objects are all handmade by pouring liquid polymer over a mould made of sand. They present focus on simplicity and confront our views of modern civilization.