Pots, pots, pots! | Part 2

21 05 2009

Unique, strange, out-of-ordinary, practical or useful – pots can be described in many ways, some of them are pieces of art that communicate concepts and ideas, others we use in our daily lives, they decorate our kitchens and dining rooms. This the second, out of a series of articles featuring unusual teapot designs.

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Teapot Mutation by Pascal Morabito
for Etain & Prestige’s new line, Convergences, the pewter teapot combines new design with an antique metal. Designer from Paris
Cuerda Seca Teapot by Ian Symons
ceramic
Ark Teapot Malcom Law
Malcom Law is inspired by all themes nautical and mythological which is clearly visible in his Ark Teapot.
Noire Teapot by Tapio Wirkkala
In black matte porcelain with a wooden and silver-plated handle made for Rosenthal Studio between 1963 to 1975
The Aggregated Teapot by Andy Lomas
the connection between Nature and particle primitives set in motion by Andy Lomas to generate artificial life in The Aggregated Teapot
Sapphire Teapot by Donald Clark
created from found objects like foil, dice, game pieces, rings and faux jewels to add a jewel touch to the teapot.

1 Teapot Mutation – by Pascal Morabito
Teapot for Etain & Prestige’s new line, Convergences, the pewter teapot combines new design with an antique metal

2 Cuerda Seca Teapot – by Ian Symons
A ceramic, colorful and imaginative, almost like something out of Alice’s tea party.

3 Ark Teapot – by Malcom Law
Malcom Law is inspired by all themes nautical and mythological which is clearly visible in his Ark Teapot.

4 Noire Teapot – by Tapio Wirkkala
In black matte porcelain with a wooden and silver-plated handle made for Rosenthal Studio between 1963 to 1975.

5 The Aggregated Teapot – by Andy Lomas
The connection between Nature and particle primitives set in motion by Andy Lomas to generate artificial life in The Aggregated Teapot.

6 Sapphire Teapot – by Donald Clark
Created from found objects like foil, dice, game pieces, rings and faux jewels to add a jewel touch to the teapot.

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