I am a Small Pewter Box of Air. The best advice I have received is to not keep everything boxed in. I feel much better when I air things out.
The void is one of the main five elements in Japanese Buddhism, representing spirit, thought and creative energy. It serves as a crucial inspiration in Ando-san's ceramics, which is exemplified in Box of Air. This beautiful, hand-shaped ceramic piece features open walls that plays with the distinction of indoor/outdoor space. Glazed in pewter, the box will develop a natural patina and age gracefully over time. Its dark tone and organic shape make for a nice contrast on a shelf or in a still life scene.
Small Pewter Box of Air was curated by Angélique Chmielewski
Maker: Masanobu Ando
Designer: Masanobu Ando
1.6" (w) x 2" (l) x 1.8" (h) or 41mm (w) x 51mm (l) x 46mm (h)
Weight: 3 oz or 85 g
Materials: Ceramic, Pewter Overglaze
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