Designer Olivier van Herpt and Studio Van Broekhoven have manipulated clay in a most unique fashion.
Utilizing sound vibrations while 3D printing in lieu of spinning, each of the pieces of the Solid Vibration collection of ceramics takes on a uniquely ornate pattern exhibiting the characteristics of a woven fabric.
Layer by layer a pattern is formed while deep acoustic rhythmic rumblings shape a “noisescapes” of waves and woven wavelengths materialized into a vessel form using a custom clay extruding 3D printer. Their overall simplicity from afar gives way to the intricacy of detailing only when inspected closely.
Texte et source : Gregory Han design-milk.com