• Tango Watering Can
  • Tango Watering Can
  • Tango Watering Can
  • Tango Watering Can
  • Tango Watering Can
  • Tango Watering Can

Henry Julier & Pete Oyler

Tango Watering Can

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The Tango Watering Can takes a thoughtful approach to a household essential. Its spout, handle, and inset lid work in tandem for functional ease and strike a graceful visual balance—sort of like a dance. You might be moved to take its hand(le) and cut a rug as you give your houseplants and garden the nourishment they need.

Powder-coated steel

9 x 6 in, 3 in diameter

18.6 oz

Wipe with soft, damp cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners or mix fertilizer or other chemicals in the watering can. Store in a dry place.

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Henry Julier & Pete Oyler

Meet the Designer

Henry Julier is an American industrial designer with a diverse range of interests and outputs. He is currently the Director of Industrial Design at Standard Issue, a multidisciplinary design firm located in Brooklyn, NY, where he works on a variety of projects that include exhibition design, packaging and furniture design. Henry also collaborates with and releases products for various independent design brands. He earned a BFA in Industrial Design from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007.

Pete Oyler is a versatile designer and educator whose work explores the intersections of design, craft, contemporary culture, and history. His studio practice emphasizes both traditional and experimental approaches to a wide range of materials and methods of production. Oyler holds a BA in American Studies and a MFA in Furniture Design from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).  Pete is an Associate Professor in Furniture Design at RISD where he leads advanced studio courses that explore the contemporary landscape of design, exhibition, and independent design practice.

Henry and Pete began collaborating in 2014. Their shared interests are vast and include bicycles, 20th century chair design, materials, and production processes writ large. Their work together embraces functional, refined, and relatable objects that stand the test of time.