This eccentric vase is designed by Babs Haenen in 1996. The surface of the vase has folds, bumps and other bulges, characteristic for the work by Haenen. This is the result of shaping a plate of porcelain clay into a hollow form. The flamboyant and expressive designs of Haenen belong to the genre 'Organic Abstraction'. Form and structure merge together, which results in a dynamic interaction between interior and exterior. Haenen wants to evoke a visual experience with her works, just like a painting. Therefore, the vase looks like a painting folded into a three-dimensional object. Haenen is inspired by folded robes in paintings from the 16th century, and fading colour lines in more modern works like those by Mark Rothko.