mark mcclean: random sushi tray and yunomi holder mark mcclean: random sushi tray and yunomi holder
nov 06, 2010

mark mcclean: random sushi tray and yunomi holder

random sushi tray and yunomi holder

the form of designer mark mcclean‘s random sushi tray and yunomi holder is developed arbitrarily through a digital rendering program. once the desired form is created, mcclean has a plywood CNC routed mould made in order to cast his design in ceramic.

this tray is paired with small bowls for soup or sauce which can sit within one of the many ‘nests’ within the surface.

bowls sit within the nests of the tray

different bowl arrangements

process of making the mould and casting the form:

plywood CNC routed mould

some trial and error occurred…

digital rendering of the random sushi tray

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