In 1975 graphic designer Martin Newell challenged himself to make a 3D render of his Melitta tea pot. The digitalized tea pot named Utah became a recognizable symbol and a basic project for every 3D artists and graphic designers. Today Art Lebedev Studio picked up on the idea and decided to bring the tea pot back from the digital world into the real one again.
The search though many shapes and numbers of polygons resulted in this stunning Martinus Tea Pot. Looks like this could be a must for modern interiors inspired by geometrical shapes. There are four versions of the pot displayed – red, green, blue and alpha. The pot might be available in in Art Lebedev Studio E-Store in the future. You can check out more details about the process of finding the ideal shape here.