LA-based artist, Cathy Van Hoang, uses sea urchin shells to craft whimsical jellyfish planters

Featuring an array of unusually-beautiful planters, Cathy Van Hoang’s art collection ushers us into a world of fantasy and whimsy. Using sea urchin shells as pots, the LA-based artist and designer has crafted a beguiling home decor accessory, which when hung upside down, bears startling resemblance with a jellyfish. The shell, painted with soft colors, looks like the aboral surface of the jellyfish’s body, while the long, wispy leaves of the air plant, extending from the pot, resembles the creature’s spindly tentacles.

For those who would like to bring a touch of the ocean to the living room, Van Hoang’s jellyfish planters are currently available on Etsy for $25 apiece.

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Via: My Modern Met

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