Print of part of original tablecloth produced for Third Dreaming’s Paladar series by Monika Bravo where she created an experience designing a menu and a dinner listing the ingredients and its history on the tablecloth.
An exquisite wheel thrown porcelain cup by Jo Davies. Each cup is unique and nestles in the hands with the individual lines being comfortable for the fingers.
Jo will be launching new designs at the show ‘Design To Serve’ at Craft Central that she is also co-curating. The show will display a range of products by different designers related to food and drink.
Design to Serve
21-25 May 2013
Part of Clerkenwell Design Week Fringe
Craft Central Showcase
33-35 St John’s Square Clerkenwell London EC1M 4DS
The colours and forms of these three objects by Kirstie van Noort were inspired by the areas of Cornwall where china clay is still extracted and other mines where copper, tin, silver, lead and ore used to be extracted. The ‘ceramic paint Collection Cornwall’ book describes the twelve raw materials and a resulting colour palette of 108 colours.
‘Bugle’ is a jug, inspired by a tin jug, made from china and coated in a colour developed from the tin mine.
‘Geevor’ is a saucepan made of china that shows the shine of the copper mine.
‘Nanpean’ is a cup and saucer made from china and coloured with the pigments extracted from the industry waste.