The Many Faces of a Planter
March 12, 2012 by Robin Plaskoff Horton
Created by Republic of Kazakhstan-based design firm, Good, Facepots are a whimsical collection of variously sized pots that feature a portrait beneath a plant, making the foliage appear like individual’s wild tresses.
From big daddy to little tot pot.
The pots are composed of four layers, sealing images between a basic white pot and a transparent plastic shield to protect the paper portrait from water damage.
Now go get potted.