Sake Cup by Eva Radulova

£25.00

Made from slipcast charcoal-coloured porcelain, these timeless Sake Cups have a matt exterior and a glazed interior.

Inspired by The Great Kanagawa Wave, a well know scene in Japanese art from the 19th century by the artist Hokusai, Eva reflects this woodblock printed image into a three dimensional form.

Diameter: 6 cm

Height: 6 cm

Photographed with a matching Charcoal Sake Bottle and a wooden tray by Nick James.

Eva Radulova is the designer-maker behind ERADU Ceramics. She works with porcelain, appreciating the possibilities for creating elegant colour variations with it. She uses slipcasting to make her works and seeks inspiration in the challenge of blending classic techniques with innovative design. Eva finds inspiration in Japanese prints like the Kanagawa wave. Developing new shapes is what fascinates her the most as part of creating and designing processes. She looks for new approaches when designing a form.