Kose creations were always photographed on a white background. Lights, through shadows, defined them, by adding volumes.
Shadows became more important than light, because, without them, the creations merged with the white background.
With this photo, I wanted to represent KOSE creations by their opposite side, without enlighten them.
The shadows, tired of being shadows, became protagonists, wrapping the vases and causing them to fade in the gray background.
For a moment, KOSE creations lost their form and became raw material again.