Ceramic sake bottle good for hot and cold drinks. Therefore it could be used as milk jug too.
6 × 5 × 15 cm
Asian visual expression is where Eva finds inspiration when she designs
her sake set. The prints, very much typical for Japanese art, as Kanagawa
wave, well-known scene, is the main focus. Although it is two-dimensional
image, Eva sees its three-dimensional reflection into a shape of a bottle
and a cup. Then she borrews the tripod as a common shape of sake vessel.
Last thing she adds to the designs is the gray hues wich she finds in the
contemporary trends triggered by industrial material as concrete.
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Eva Radulova is a London based designer-maker working in the field of ceramic design. ERADU Ceramics is Eva’s trademark. The brand appears as soon as Eva finished her MA in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the UK Ceramic industry.
Bone china and Porcelain are Eva’s favourite materials. Although, she experiments with terracotta and some other clay she loves the purest white colour of bone china and the endless possibilities of colouring the porcelain. The challenge she seeks is the reinvention of shapes in the melting point of old and new. In her work Eva seeks inspiration in traditions as well as following the latest trends to accomplish the needs of the contemporary individual.
With the finely crafted objects Eva makes she strives to offer pleasant vessels for enjoyable experience.
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