Series “Eccentric Plates” by Daniel Van Dijck rethinks and redesigns a set of dinner plates according to a new logic.
The designer loves exploring the history of objects so as to understand how their use changes over time. This gave rise to a series of unique pieces obtained by combining various materials and new processes of workmanship.
A flexible mold provides constantly new and different objects, and the designer uses it to plays with copper and brass and work with the air bubbles in the casting clay, which symbolize what happens to our body when we digest food. Some of the pieces are more ‘eccentric’ than others, hence the name of the series, which is based on experimentation.
© Daniel van Dijck
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