Tomás Gabzdil Libertiny did not make this vase. He "collaborated" with an army of 40,000 bees to make it. Instead of using a traditional artificial beehive, Libertiny designed a vase-shaped mold for a beehive, and gave his busy bees one week to work their sweet magic. The process, which he calls "slow protyping," pushes the boundaries of conventional design and completely reinvents something which has forever been man-made. I think my excitement over honeycomb has reached its maximum; it cannot get any better than this.
Coolest Idea: Honeycomb Vase
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