Lack of experience does not prevent the manifestation of talent and outstanding artistic personality. Unusual beautiful vases, made of hardwood and ceramic are an elegant creativity of young designer from the UK, Andrew Beaumont, who recently completed his studies with distinction at the famous University Universite de Plymouth.
Contrast combination of “warm” wood and “cold” ceramic is a win-win. Moreover, the lines and shapes of the “alliance” are calculated using digital technology.
The collection name Trapped Ceramics is obvious. The objects of wood forms just took fragile ceramic vessels “prisoner”, but only in order to carefully protect them from unsustainable position and careless movements.
These mixed shell casings inside the covers just want to be filled in either with wild flowers or with eccentric compositions, entrusting their confidence to “safe hands”, and put either in a classic room, or in a romantic bedroom, or a museum of modern art.
Although each of the original vase is quite self-sufficient it can decorate the interior as an art object without requiring add-ons and filling. “Vases” Trapped Ceramics are of very different forms and images: from the lovely and elegant “stands” to the ambiguous and solid pedestals.
Substantial both in the literal and figurative senses of the concept, the forms are calculated using digital 3-d technology, artistry and a little humor – hallmarks of the collection Trapped Ceramics, as, indeed, modern, elegant and cheerful design in general.