A collection of bowls that are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit or vegetable
Published on September 28, 2012
Reversed Volumes is a collection of bowls that are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit/vegetable.
The space between a bowl and a fruit/vegetable is filled with casting material. Once dried, the filling material has adapted to the imprint of the container and represents the imprint of the different fruits/vegetables in a very detailed way. These imprints are replicated as food-safe and water proof resin objects. The bowls are hand-crafted in a semi industrial process and this method allows slight variations in colour in order to achieve some variation within the series.
Similar to a recipe, and using elements that may be found in any kitchen, the space between a bowl and a fruit/vegetable is filled. Once dried, the filling material has adopted the imprint of its containers. The imprint of the different fruits/vegetables is represented in detail from a new point of view. These food-safe and water proof resin objects are manufactured through an industrial process, while the finishing and manufacturing of the colours are done manually in order to provide them with slight differences.