15/12/2014

Eccentric Plates by Daniel Van Dijck


The Dutch Designer Daniel van Dijck presented the tableware series 'Eccentric Plates' for the first time to the marketplace at the Designboom Mart Tokyo 2014. The 'Eccentric Plates' consists of four different, unique, handcrafted decorative design souvenirs and dinner plates, which are made of various materials such as ceramics, copper and brass.

From the series Eccentric Plates, Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Rough Edge plate Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
Rough Edge plate Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
Dinner Plate
Created by the process of using an existing plate for press molding
From the series Eccentric Plates, Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
Copper Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 18 cm - 27,5 - 32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø  32 cm
Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø  32 cm
Design Souvenir
Created by the process of using small bubbles in the casting clay, which later melted away in the oven.
From the series Eccentric Plates, Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 32 cm
 Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø  32 cm
Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø  32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 32 cm
Quid Feci? Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 32 cm
From the series Eccentric Plates, Wrinkled Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 29 cm
Wrinkled Plate 2014. Hand-made ceramics. Ø 29 cm
Design Souvenir
Created by the process of using a combination flexible casting mold and casting brass
Daniel van Dijck
The tableware does not only assist our daily ritual of food consumption and food preparation, but also, on the basis of different forms and materials, symbolizes the processes that happen in our body while we digest.

Daniel van Dijck
The Copper Plates are created by the process of using a flexible casting mold. During the casting the weight of the clay shaped the mold, which makes every plate unique.


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