HAND MADE POTTERY
Ivana Pesekyová is Slovakian artist who uses clay to create accentric table top pieces and sculptures. In her "paper plans collection" she made a connection between a soft material (paper) and a hard material (ceramic). The ceramic takes on the texture of the cardboard paper and is characterized for it's plasticity look. These inconsistencies in the exterior of her works present fragmentation in a thoroughly unique way. Its aesthetically pleasing nature comes paired with its imperfections, combining characteristics of both art and design perfectly. Her ceramics is inspired by the nature shapes and biomorphic forms.
VESSELS & BOWLS
"PAPER PLANS COLLECTION"
Inspired by cardboard paper and natural shapes, exceptional for its plasticity.Twice-fired. It's made from white high firing clay with a “pearl” glaze that will subtly catch and reflect the light or in natural raw form without glazing. Use it to pampas grass, hold flowers or act as a standalonesculpture.
ANCIENT BOWLS WITH HANDLES
"LOST IN ATLANTIS COLLECTION"
Shaped by the past, inspired by neolitic artefacts Details origin hand buill with elegant stemmed foot and handles. Soft, light natural glaze highlighting the texture and form. The slow process of hand making is reflected in the product - each peace is unique.
"HOT POT COLLECTION"
Traditional japanese bowls of different shapes and sizes for presenting your delicious meals as well as enjoying it. Large, medium,small Ideal for ramen, udon, noodles, pho, pasta, salad & fruits. Also available in sets.
"WABI SABI COLLECTION"
Japanese tea ceremony matcha bowls also can be used as rice, cereal or breakfast bowls. They’re traditional in shape. Every bowl is carefully handmade along with the firing process involved each bowl is slightly different, giving all of them their very own individualcharacter. Hand textured surface with brushed splashes, trails and spots.
CUPS & MUGS
The cups are designed the traditional way, with simplicity and naturalness and imperfection in hand made pottery.
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