edyta cieloch adds blue gestures to ceramic tableware collection
 
edyta cieloch adds blue gestures to ceramic tableware collection edyta cieloch adds blue gestures to ceramic tableware collection
jan 30, 2016

edyta cieloch adds blue gestures to ceramic tableware collection

edyta cieloch adds blue gestures to ceramic tableware collection
(above) the forms are created by hand liberating the pieces from a monotonous mass-production process
all images © sebastian zimmer

 

 

 

polish designer edyta cieloch has been working with ceramics for over ten years. with her latest work, ‘spiral collection’, she aims to liberate the pieces from a monotonous mass-production process by creating and painting them by hand. the tableware set is part of the ‘hand touch’ series for cmielów design studio, a new brand that showcases contemporary porcelain design from poland. the collection includes dinner plates, salad bowls, dessert plates, a set of teacups, coffee cups, and mugs. the ceramics were hand-painted with cobalt and then glazed and fired. the painting process that adds blue gestures enhances the whiteness of the porcelain.

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ergonomics

 

 

 

as for the motivation behind the collection, edyta cieloch comments, ‘spiral arranging the universe? primary form defining the shape of our bodies, plants or the movement of the planets within the galaxy? from today we break the daily routine, we serve energetic principles of sacred geometry linking spirit and matter, transcendent menu dishes seasoned with the mystery of the universe.’

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breaking the daily routine

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the gesture of blue enhances the whiteness of porcelain

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first touch

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fine, hard-paste porcelain

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hand painted with cobalt, then glazed and fired

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

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