Fruit Ninja Homewares by Mathery Studio

real pieces of an orange skin are cut into geometric cubes and assembled into a jar

“Fruit Ninja is a homewares collection designed by Mathery and handmade in Melbourne.
The collection transforms the fruit peel’s short term function as a natural container into a long-life one.
The vessels explore and reintroduce the natural textures of the fruit, every object is a unique resin reproduction of a model realised from fruit peels. Fruit was carefully selected among dozens of fruit markets and minutely cut into geometric shapes then reassembled as objects.

May we introduce the Orange Jar, Avocado Vase, Banana Bowl and Rock Melon Coasters.”
fruit ninja peeled produce housewares set by mathery studio
the avocado vase references the skin and tactile quality of the fruit’s peel
skins from a banana are deconstructed into strips and formed into a bowl shape
the coasters were taken from the skin of a melon
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4 Responses to Fruit Ninja Homewares by Mathery Studio

  1. oolung says:

    These are brilliant! Does it say how they make them last (as in: not go all rotten and covered in smelly fuzz)?

  2. The vessels are a resin reproduction of models made with real fruit skin. so they are realised in plastic thanks to a silicone mould! 🙂

  3. oolung says:

    Thanks for the info. That sounds much more feasible but a tiny bit disappointing 😉

  4. Wow. That’s incredible. Great find!!

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