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Brief Published: 13 Jul 2011

Finest Paperware


Scottish ceramicist Rebecca Wilson references the growth of the throwaway culture with her latest collection of paper cups, currently on show at the Flow Gallery in London.

Made from cast sheets of handmade paper or a specially formulated porcelain and paper pulp mixture, Finest Paperware comprises a range of cups that mimic the decoration of traditional ceramics. The Jasperware set emulates Wedgwood’s iconic range using stained paper and porcelain and embossed relief details in white, whilst the classic Dutch decoration Blue Delft is alluded to with hand-drawn details in blue biro.

Finest Paperware is currently on show at the Blue exhibition at the Flow Gallery, London, which runs until September 3, 2011.

Rebecca Wilson