April 13, 2016 Wander-lust

Obsession » Miniature vases for your bicycle!

Amsterdam is a city dominated by bicycles. There are so many bikes that it can be hard to remember where you’ve parked your bicycle sometimes. One good reason to pimp yours and stand out! Lot’s of people to this by painting their bikes or adding features like baskets and accessories.
If you’re one of those bicycle pimps, you’re going to love this new trend: Miniature vases for your Bicycle!

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Bring a little color to your life and pimp your bike with flowers and vases in all sorts of colors and sizes! The vase is made with 3D printing. (how cool!) It is then dyed and sealed with acrylic varnish to keep retain water and maintain the color. Don’t worry about it getting stolen, this planter has a flat bottom, so it can rest on your table or desk when not on your bike. They will stand the rainy weather in Amsterdam or any city for that matter but they are so good looking that you probably want to take them inside with you anyway! The vases are created by Colleen Jordan, an Atlanta-based designer and artist who runs Wearable Planter. On her website she also sells pins and other cool objects to green up your life with!

Flowers on your Bicycle
Go greener!

Mint bicycle plant
Take it to the office!

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Wearable plants

Visit www.wearableplanter.com where you can order them online from about 35 dollars. 

Love,

Elke

*all pictures are courtesy of Wearable Plants

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Comments (2)

  1. Dit is echt briljánt! Het lijkt mij enorm leuk om zo’n vaasje op mijn (knalroze!) fiets te hebben. Ik zou alleen enorm bang zijn dat ‘ie wordt gestolen, haha…

    • Wander-lust

      Hi Femke, Je kunt het vaasje gelukkig van je fiets halen en meenemen naar binnen om te voorkomen dat het gestolen wordt. :-)

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