ceramic, copper + brass eccentric plates by daniel van dijck
ceramic, copper + brass eccentric plates by daniel van dijck ceramic, copper + brass eccentric plates by daniel van dijck
nov 08, 2014
ceramic, copper + brass eccentric plates by daniel van dijck


ceramic, copper and brass eccentric plates by daniel van dijck
all images courtesy of daniel van dijck

 

 

 

the ‘eccentric plates’ tableware series by dutch designer daniel van dijck comprises of four handcrafted decorative design souvenirs and dinner plates, made of various materials like ceramics, copper and brass. the designs not only serve as a platform for our daily food consumption, but also aesthetically symbolize the diverse range of processes that occur in our body while we digest.


trio of copper dinner plates

 

 

 

two of the variations are to be used, while the others are considered to be design objects. the ‘copper’ plate has been created through the use of a flexible casting mold. during the process, the sheer weight of the clay shaped the mold, in turn making every design unique. the ‘rough edge’ has been created by the process of using an existing plate for press molding. as design souvenirs, the ‘quid feci?’ series has been formed by working with small bubbles in the casting clay, which later melted away in the oven. the ‘wrinkled’ plate is created by combining flexible casting mold and casting brass.


the copper plate

 

 

 

‘eccentric plates’ has been presented for the first time in japan at the 10th edition of the designboom mart tokyo 2014.


a variation of the copper dinner plate


the ‘quid feci?’ plate


variation of the ‘quid feci?’ plate


variation of the ‘quid feci?’ plate


the ‘wrinkled’ plate


the ‘rough edge’ plate


rough edge plate with cutlery from van dijck’s ‘quid feci?’ series


‘quid feci?’ cutlery

 

 

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