Sunday, April 29, 2012

Reversed Volumes Fruit and Vegetable Shaped Bowls

Reversed Volumes by Mischer' Traxler are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit/vegetable.

The space between a vessel and a fruit/vegetable is filled with ceramics. After the original organic material is taken away, the bowl preserved the actual imprint. The surface of each fruit/vegetable is detailed represented and let's the user see it from a different view. 

The fruits and vegetables used for the collection are: cauliflower, celeriac, cabbage, melon, red beet, fennel, green apple, yellow pepper and orange.

I really wish I had come up with this idea!!!!


  1. I LOVE how the outside is smooth, and just the inside is the shape of the vegetable. So awesome. I want to do this.

  2. I wonder how they did this with all the undercuts?

  3. I wonder what they use these pieces for? They are beautiful, but with so many undercuts, is it just for show?