Sola Cube with Dried Plants

Concept

The Beauty of Plants

3.8 billion years have passed since the one single life began on Earth. Later, these lives evolved into flowers, fruit and seeds. These lives maintained the life cycles for millions upon millions of generations.

The colors and materials each have their own unique purposes. These intriguing shapes have form unpretentiously with each functional purpose by the hand of Mother Nature.

We offer beautifully preserved plants, exquisitely in the form of a 4 x 4 cm  acrylic resin cube. Sola cubes can be arrange and combine in multiple patterns to inspire sensitivity and learning. Arrange your Sola cubes, observe them intently, and appreciate the wonder or botanical lives.

By observing a small plant carefully, we are able to glimpse a more perfect world.

We express the name “Sola” with the Chinese kanji 宙, which means “universe.” 

This kanji explains everything we know and don’t know, including time and space, with a single character.

Sola also has another meaning: “blue sky.” An imaginary world spreads out like the sky before us.

Every Sola cube is carefully handmade by an experienced Japanese craftsman, and each one takes considerable time and effort to complete. Outstanding craftsmanship is required to ensure that this small transparent cube, which measures only 4cm, holds a plant at its very center and that no air bubbles get inside.

■About Products

Size and weight 4 x 4 cm/ 74g

Dandelion Large: 5 W × 5 L × 5 H / 148g 

 

Material : Acrylic resin / dried plant

Uniqueness: Packaged plants are all sourced from nature. They vary in sizes, colors and shapes. 

Air bubbles: Each sola cube is carefully hand crafted. During the production process, fine air bubbles or powder like materials may occur inside the cube, however, they are considered not defect.

Made in Japan.

Care Instructions

Cleaning: Please wipe off by soft cloth when cleaning.

Use of chemicals: Fine cracks may occur if cleaned by solutions such as thinner or alcohol.

Temperature: Please avoid the direct sunlight or extremely humid atmosphere. They may cause discoloration or small cracks.