Confetti embedded with wildflower seeds - a compressed air canister makes a rather loud pop as these explode with future blooms.
Since the Middle Ages, in Northern Italy it was common usage for the participants of carnival parades to throw objects at the crowd, mostly mud balls, eggs, coins or fruit.
2" x 2" x 12"
Materials: compressed air, paper embedded with black-eyed susans, cockscomb and sesame flowers paper tube
Made by Fredericks & Mae
Fredericks & Mae is a design studio reveling in the art of the gift. We are committed to bringing objects into the world that prompt wide eyes, inexplicable delight, and full body chills. A well chosen gift can be a bolt of connection - a beacon that reminds us of our relationships. We are ever-vigilant for the commodification of joy and the dangers of material accumulation - but love to surround ourselves with a few well chosen beautiful things. Every mantle is an altar, each shelf a shrine, a coffee table a collection of things that tell a story about where we come from and where we want to go.