Melissa Faithful for Art-Sheep

What would a dog be without its bone? What about a table without a chair? Or plants without raindrops? Wait, what?

And while this last question has probably never crossed your mind, Korean designer Jeong Seungbin from DailyLife Lab kept thinking about how these green living organisms are naturally supposed to receive their water, and end up creating Rainy Pot.

Rainy Pot is a clever planter that is consisted of a pot and a cloud-like watering can. The watering process begins when the user opens the lid on top of the cloud and pours about 80 ml. of water into it. After a while it starts “raining” and the plant below becomes happier as the watering process is now more slow and enjoyable. In the end, you can help your plant “relief” itself, by simply pulling the plug under the pot and letting go overflowing water.

This watering pot is so cute, I’d buy a plant just to use this!

via demilked

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