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'How To Appear Invisible'

Item# COWO22HOW293WHI
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  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
  • Completedworks 'How To Appear Invisible'  COWO22HOW293WHI
A seamless merger of flowing contours and a sculptural form define Ekaterina Bazhenova Yamasaki's 'How To Appear Invisible', a small pitcher produced in collaboration with British brand Completedworks. Crafted from pure white ceramic, the organic vessel is taken from 'Fold', a family of items that trace elements of choreography while simultaneously alluding to chance and serendipity. The result is an organic layering of creases and bends, which are combined for a dramatic silhouette that conveys movement and fluidity, and equally nods to the application of drapery in the history of painting.

FRANKBROS says

A seamless merger of flowing contours and a sculptural form define Ekaterina Bazhenova Yamasaki's 'How To Appear Invisible', a small pitcher produced in collaboration with British brand Completedworks. Crafted from pure white ceramic, the organic vessel is taken from 'Fold', a family of items that trace elements of choreography while simultaneously alluding to chance and serendipity. The result is an organic layering of creases and bends, which are combined for a dramatic silhouette that conveys movement and fluidity, and equally nods to the application of drapery in the history of painting.
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FRANKBROS says
A seamless merger of flowing contours and a sculptural form define Ekaterina Bazhenova Yamasaki's 'How To Appear Invisible', a small pitcher produced in collaboration with British brand Completedworks. Crafted from pure white ceramic, the organic vessel is taken from 'Fold', a family of items that trace elements of choreography while simultaneously alluding to chance and serendipity. The result is an organic layering of creases and bends, which are combined for a dramatic silhouette that conveys movement and fluidity, and equally nods to the application of drapery in the history of painting.

Technical

Ceramic
Height 50mm
Width 80mm
Diameter 130mm
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Technical
Ceramic
Height 50mm
Width 80mm
Diameter 130mm

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