RGB Vases

Commissioned by London’s Institute of Contemporary Art for Veuve Clicquot, this set of three vases is based on the brand’s yellow-orange colour. This signature colour is broken down into its RGB components. Each vase is made using the values of red, green and blue that make up the specific yellow-orange. When the three vases nest together, the light passes through and mixes the three colours so that the yellow-orange becomes evident.

Client: Institute of Contemporay Arts, London / Veuve Clicquot.
Date of the project: February 2008
Material: Hand blown glass
Dimensions: Nested 526 x ∅ 325 mm
Photo Credits: © Sylvain Deleu

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The RGB vases combine the excellence of a process refined through more than two thousand years, with references to the contemporary culture, were screens are extremely common, and its colours, based on the RGB colour system

The RGB vases combine the excellence of a process refined through more than two thousand years, with references to the contemporary culture, were screens are extremely common, and its colours, based on the RGB colour system.

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