Dancing Dune is the latest porcelain collection created by designer Anna Elzer Oscarson (AEO). A graduate of HDK – School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Anna likes to explore a rich variety of materials to create beautiful, inviting objects to treasure for a lifetime.
“A dance with glazes. A love story for an expectant porcelain factory. Inspired by the ripples on the water’s surface, the shifting open spaces, where the boundary between dazzling skies and rich soil becomes blurred.”
Dancing Dunes is manufactured in a famous old porcelain factory in Lidköping. It is a new, batch-produced collection created using 3D design in symbiosis with manual dexterity. A complex, careful process in which new, innovative forms interact with classic glazes. The outcome is porcelain made in Sweden, and a great example of local handicraft.
“We aren’t imitating pieces that have been turned or sculpted by hand, instead we’re benefiting from the perfection that 3D technology combined with cast manufacturing technology can achieve.”
Here beautiful collection can be found here.
Anna is also behind the Dusty Diamonds decorative plates and bowls featured on Nordic Design a few years ago.