These Revolve water bottles by Talia Mukmel are the result of a collaboration with Aybar gallery, Miami.

Mukmel wanted to create a historic object that combined with a contemporary vision. During the process, she experimented with different techniques in order to find a way in which the attributes of the ancient handiwork could be preserved while at the same using modern production techniques and materials. She used a form of bioplastic produced from the starch found in corn and sugar cane and this enabled the bottles to maintain the sentimentality of a handcrafted piece, all the while acknowledging the attributes of previous generations.

Images | Daniel Shechter, Aybar gallery