This earthenware tray is folded and pinched together like a rustic fruit galette but instead of seasonal fruit it holds water and flowers. You can float blossoms but we like using the japanese ikebana tool called a kenzan, which is a small platform with pins in which to stand stems and flowers upright and at angles in the dish. It transforms even the most humble stray branches into evocative arrangements.
kenzan available onsite earthenware and glaze approx. 8-9" in diameter
Ghost Office offers a limited range of handmade garments and housewares. Most are recycled from preexisting objects and clothing. In the clothing, this aesthetic echoes the tradition of distressed denim, denim that has been sanded to a soft finish and seems to announce how hard the wearer has worked at whatever it is that they do. This softness, those holes and tears translate into authenticity and sexiness, maybe because work is sexy, all the more so for being slightly bodiless as one is when lost within a jumpsuit. Whether you’re doing thinking work, physical work, housework or office work, you might find that these unisex, mostly sizeless pieces fit. All money spent on materials goes to charities. Ghost Office doesn't use plastic, wrap the jumpsuits in tissue paper or add their own label. They remove labels. The mark of gold repair somewhere on the garment is the only sign of their name.