He uses ceramic vase to depict “popular garbage” culture

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Original title: Popular garbage culture theme ceramic relief bottle

他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

Recently, Tal Batit, a designer from Tel Aviv, launched his latest work series “Viral”, trying to use a series of ceramic vases to depict our “Pop-Trash” culture. The concept of the project is to imagine how our culture and society will be remembered and commemorative. Batit has inspired us from prehistoric items, cave murals, and ancient words to help us draw inspiration in many ways of the past screens. Popularity “event.

他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

Kardashian vase and psy vase

In order to show these “viral pop” events in a more fascinating way, Batit’s visual inspiration comes from the famous archeological site of Jordan, the ancient city of Petra. As the ancient city of Petra was excavated and re -discovered, the buildings in the ancient city talked about the history and events of the ancient city. The designer tries to imitate the form of the ancient city on the ceramic vase, and create a similar color and texture contrast between the rough natural materials and the smooth carving surface, so as to create a balance between natural and artificially, highlight the art works at the center of the display center Essence

他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

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他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

This series shows three different pictures in the history of popular culture. The first protagonist is a well -known reality star, Kim Kardashian. The picture came from the cover of a large -scale magazine she shot for “Paper” magazine in 2014. In the picture, she is dumped champagne in the glass that she holds her giant hips. Essence The second protagonist is the new generation of American pop singer Mali Sailus. The vase reproduced the scene of her ride on the construction machinery in the music videos launched in 2013. The third is carved with the Korean musician PSY. In the picture, he is following his virus single “Jiangnan Style” to jump out of the iconic dance step.

Psy vase

From the first version of the sketch to the final finished product, the entire “Viral” project was completed for 4 and a half months. In order to achieve the unique sense of the texture of the “rock” he wanted to highlight the focus, Batit carved the mold in a chisel method. After the casting is completed, the designer is relieved. The relief is made of different molding methods and sticks to the surface of the container. The whole process is very long, and a considerable number of details need to be refined. After the surface is posted on the surface, it is necessary to re -engraved a small number of small numbers. It is reported that the “Viral” series will be exhibited as a “Time Machine (Time Machine) exhibition” held in the Holon Design Museum, and will also be listed as a museum collection.

他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

Miley Celles vase

Kardashian vase

他用陶瓷花瓶描绘“流行垃圾”文化

Jordan Petra Ancient City