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David Weatherhead, the great exhibition, 2007.

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David Weatherhead, the great exhibition, 2007.

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black and blue bowl $275.00

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Imperfections

I also research a ceramist creating bespoke pieces that were highly valued. Paula Greif here has combined blue and black to create bowels with imperfect lines. this shows me the ceramic process does not require a precise finish and can fetch large sums of money just for quality of making.

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black blistered vessel $300.00

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Mollaspace Tissue Storage

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Cold veg box David Weatherhead

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Multi-Functional

David weatherhead designed this product to hold vegetables and keep them cool but during using the product you are really interacting with its secondary function. By removing the lid you can then use this to chop the food you remove from inside , containing these two things is good because they have a strong connection between each other in that all vegetables are chopped before use.

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paula Greif, four blue sunshine plates

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Molla Space A Love Grenade Coin Bank $32.00

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Playfullness

Quirky sort of products also have a great effect when made from ceramics, they are long lasting and don't act like a throw- away item but instead someone to invest into if your a consumer. A coin bank and tissue storage both normally using plastic or cardboard have been transformed to very sleek and ergonomic shapes sometimes with the addition of another durable material like a metal ring for the grenade increasing its playful take on a weapon and a wooden top for the tissue storage providing a functional lid.

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David Weatherhead, Eco cooler, 2008

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Terracotta

Using natural materials likeĀ Terracotta in harmony with a liquid like water causes the material to cool down, this has an effect on the function of the product by keeping fruit fresh.

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Paula Greif, porcelain tattersall pourer

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four porcelain breakfast bowls $285.00

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Outcast Vases by Marianne van Ooij

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'Outcasts'

These 'outcasts' vases were created due to parts of a mould deforming or ones that where changed during casting. The designer has grouped them to show their imperfections as their true form, so rather than them being outcasts they are outcasts together displaying imperfections as beauty.

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Outcast Vases by Marianne van Ooij

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