The Hadron Watering Can
A watering can as art.
Low on storage space but big on plants? Say goodbye to your clunky eyesore of a plastic watering can—this ceramic beauty was born to live prominently on your shelf. Designed in Brooklyn and made small-batch in the U.S., its bold intersecting lines and use of negative space are meant to reflect the simplicity of nature and the geometric lines of the city. It's that rare watering vessel that's nearly as pretty as the plants themselves.
Decorative use only.
Photography by Julia Gartland & Ty Mecham
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