The surface of this crockery carries a decorative layer created by bubbles. Through a ‘surfactant’ – an aid to dissolve two immiscible liquids by reducing their surface tension- the enamel is dissolved in the bubble. The bubble, therefore, becomes the pencil that transfers the enamel on the surface of the ceramic. Surfactants is a new way of decorating that is open to chance and the story of the bubble.
- glazed porcelain
- sizes in diameter | cup 8cm | small plate 17cm
- project in development