AirVase Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)
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Japanese Paper AirVase - Chan San Kun (3 Pack)

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Fukunaga Print Co
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Imported from Japan, Airvase is the product of a collaboration between TORAFU architects and paper product developers KAMI NO KOUSAKUJO. Since its release in April 2010 it has received great acclaim, appearing in magazines and on TV. The combination of revolutionary paper technology, precision cutting, and whimsical design these versatile objects have always been popular at CULT. 

#4 of the Airvase Artist Collaboration Series. Experience the bizarre and adorable imagery of graphic designer Sin Sobue. With a new trick allowing you to enjoy the vase in 3D upside down.

Chan-San-Kun
Say it how you like,
Chan-Kun-San, or
San-Kun-Chan, or
San-Chan-Kun, or
Kun-Chan-San, or
Kun-San-Chan!

This is a paper bowl that envelopes air. It is possible to create various shapes by pulling it in different directions. The paper is thin and light, but when expanded it is rigid and strong enough to stand alone.


Shin Sobue (Graphic Designer)
Born in Aichi in 1959. Founder and president of Cozfish, a company specializing in bookbinding and design of a range of literature.
He is known for his unorthodox designs and off-center cuts such as those in Yoshida Sensha’s comics.
In recent years his work has involved graphics and art direction for exhibitions such as Snoopy, Evangelion, Ge-ge-ge, and Go Go Miffy. The style of his exhibition products reflect an explosion of his unique senses.