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Object and Ceramic Design (OCD)

Ceramic Tumbler Fold Blush Pink

Ceramic Tumbler Fold Blush Pink

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The Fold collection by OCD includes a range of slip cast stoneware, with an emphasis on simple silhouettes and surface details - a demonstration of the intersection of art, craft and design.

The Fold tumbler is the perfect size for a tea or coffee. The stained clay body is left unglazed on the exterior so that its texture can be felt in the palm of your hands. With use, this surface will gradually wear smoother, becoming even more refined over time. The interior is finished in a high gloss clear glaze. 

Dimensions: 8cm D x 8cm H

Materials: Stoneware. Hand made in Sydney.

Care Instructions: Fold vessels are made from fine stoneware and are robust enough to be safely used in ovens, microwaves and dishwashers. As with all ceramics, avoid sudden and extreme changes in temperature to prevent thermal shock. The matte exterior will become smooth over time with regular use; this is an inherent quality of ceramics. 

Object and Ceramic Design (OCD) | Susan Chen is a Sydney based ceramic artist who creates both functional and sculptural artwork. Susan is meticulous about details and considers every aspect of the creative process, from ideation to production, a signicant part of the completed work. The pieces are created using the slip casting technique and finished by hand.

Susan never set out to be a ceramic artist, but rather fell under the ceramic spell while studying slip casting as an elective for her Industrial Design degree. She combines her love of design and object art to create simple and sophisticated functional ware that can double as artwork in its own right.

Susan completed her Master of Fine Arts (Ceramics) at The Sydney College of the Arts in 2017. Previously she completed a Bachelor of Design (Industrial), with honours in 2004 and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Ceramics) with first class honours in 2012.

Currently she is exploring the possibilities of 3D ceramic printing and investigating how this new digital process can be utilised to create a unique and innovative approach to this traditional medium.

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