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London-based mostly designer Vanja Bazdulj is engaged on an ever-rising assortment of handmade tableware normal in slab constructed clay. The Naive Tableware collection consists of uncooked, but easy, cups, jugs, and vases with sketches and doodles carried out by the designer herself.
She was impressed by sketches and drawings which are left behind on city partitions in her space of London the place “hipsters like to go away their marks.” So, on this assortment, Bazdulj leaves behind her personal markings creating a unusual assortment of practical tableware.
The items are made by slab constructing, which is the place you fold flat slabs of clay into 3D objects.
Pictures by William To.