These delicate bowls by Japanese design studio Nendo are so thin they quiver in the wind (+ movie).
Nendo created Shivering Bowls for the KAMA. Sex & Design exhibition at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. Eight designers were asked to produce a piece that explores the idea of eros, the Greek term for erotic love, and Nendo responded by creating an extremely thin bowl from silicon.
"We wanted to express eros through a design that invokes desire - a design that viewers simply can’t bear not to touch," said the designers.
The bowl changes shape when touched by a finger or buffeted by a breeze, as the movie shows.