tasi masi.

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

Tasi Masi is a collection of nature art, inspired by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, which can be explained as the appreciation of the imperfections of nature and the transience of natural beauty. With a mix of new and vintage, most of these beautiful new items are handmade in Brooklyn by owner Anna Macoboy from natural materials like moss, plants, flowers, wood, and paper – including concrete and birch log planters, kokedama (hanging moss balls), incense burner cones, art prints, vintage vessels and “tussie mussies”.

Anna bases many her products on the medieval tradition of giving these “tussie mussies”, or small flower bouquets, as gifts and including particular flowers for their special meanings. Tasi Masi‘s version take a few natural elements – tiny sprigs of dried flowers, painted stones, wrapped sticks – and displays them in little shadow box, perfect for gifting and putting on display.

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

tasi masi homewares | sfgirlbybay

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