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Product design graduate Alice Kim has designed a wearable pregnancy vest to carry plants like babies. Plant Pregnancy by Kingston University graduate Alice Kim asks people to adorn a bag with a plant inside and to look after the shoots in just the same way that you would a baby.
"Plants share very similar birth and growth process to humans," says Kim. "But we do not appreciate much of what they give us," she explains.
"This project intended to encourage people to give plants the same care and treatment that we give to pets and babies," said Kim. By wearing the young plant on your body Kim wants to remind the wearer about the care that plants require to grow.
After the seedling has grown into a small plant the owner can then use Kim's Plant Stroller to take it for walk.
Alice Kim who studied product and furniture design at Kingston University exhibited her Plant Pregnancy project at London's graduate showcase New Designers 2013 this month.
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