As FAINA’s chief designer, Victoriya Yakusha says, “Up to date design is fed with cultural roots, it restores pure concord between our ancestors and future generations, stopping us from dropping the id. We must always always remember the place we come from and be happy with who we now have change into.” And thus, the KUMANEC and MONTANKA units of ceramic vases had been created.
KUMANEC, initially impressed by conventional Ukrainian festive pottery with a bagel gap within the center, has been remodeled into trendy inside decor. As soon as used for storing drinks, this particular form of vessel allowed the beverage to be in fixed contact with the pure clay, serving to it to remain recent for an extended time frame. The 5 piece assortment options a mixture of sizes and designs that look nice alone or as a bunch.
The MOTANKA set of vases, which means a sacred talisman within the form of a doll in Ukrainian, turns a mysterious image into a contemporary piece of decor meant to fill your area with constructive power and safety from hurt. Made out of native, sturdy terracotta and glazed on the within, it’s waterproof – the proper house for residing flowers and branches.
Pictures: Vova Klever
Type: Victoria Yakusha
Hair & Make-up: Kristina Makovey
Mannequin: Maria Atamanchuk