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Brief Published: 10 Aug 2011

Porcelain Tableware by Rachel Boxnboim


Israeli designer Rachel Boxnboim – a recent graduate from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem – has created a porcelain tableware series using fabric moulds.

Unlike typical plaster moulds, the fabric moulds burn away when fired in the kiln – lending the form to take a softer, less supported shape. Seams and a light texture are also visible on the surface of the wares leftover from the fabric so that they resemble a hardened textile.

Rachel Boxnboim

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