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Pot Corn | Experimental Accessories By Chan Nga Man

Pot Corn | Experimental Accessories By Chan Nga Man

There are so much fun in this accessories design project – Eatable jewelleries.

Because of the material – porcelain I always use, I start to think about some objects also related to heat and temperature. This playful jewelry need to be heated in oven. Then you will see the astonishing shapes.

Four shapes of pot was designed for popcorn after various experiments and research. Finally, we found a self-interlocked method by choosing the size which is exactly fit the popping process. It can be treated as a kind of Bonsai for playfully holding the pop cornflower. Wearing it a statement for an open mind, we can enrich our lives with a new way of thinking.

This series of brooches can be a good mix and match items for customers. They can even play the fun process at home to witness the process of the popping jewellery.

I choose popcorn as the target group who is willing to take advantage and enjoy fun in daily life. The popping process’s changing form attracts me a lot, so I would like to play with the popcorn itself as the material. Mixed pottery with popcorn is the way I try to extend the possibilities of accessories. Take the characteristics of porcelain, which can be heated in high temperature, so that the customers can see the process from a ceramics seed shell to a “pop corn flower”. And it will fade away and disappear one day.

Making them playful and presenting a statement of being humorous.
Materials : Porcelain + Popcorn

CREDIT

  • Agency/Creative: Chan Nga Man -Estonian Academy of Arts
  • Article Title: Pot Corn | Experimental Accessories By Chan Nga Man
  • Organisation/Entity: Published Work - Campaign - Experiential Creative Campaign
  • Project Deliverables: Campaign

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