Big Donut with Little Ears - Jenni Oh X MENA FUECO studio
Big Donut with Little Ears - Jenni Oh X MENA FUECO studio
Big Donut with Little Ears - Jenni Oh X MENA FUECO studio

Big Donut with Little Ears

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Hand-molded circular vase on the lathe in natural stoneware.

It does very well in solitude, but always willingly receives the company of a flower or candle.

Jenni Oh's aesthetic lies somewhere between East and West, with influences ranging from ancient Japanese, Korean and Chinese ceramics to mid-century Scandinavian design, Bauhaus and even kawaii culture. A riot of creative energy that knows no boundaries.

With a keen interest in supporting folk art in a modern context, her goal is to provide a viable alternative to mass production and bring attention back to the enriching nature of handmade products.
Adding beauty to the everyday.

(Products may have slight variations from the images as they are the result of a complex handmade process designed to make each piece truly unique).

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(Each piece is unique and may differ slightly in size)


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Shipments TO ITALY are FREE.


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🇵🇭 Semplice, contemporanea, diversa.

Il background professionale di Jenni è iniziato nei Media, lavorando in televisione per oltre un decennio prima di scoprire e decidere di perseguire il suo interesse per la ceramica e diventare una creatrice.

Il suo love affair con l’argilla è iniziato nel 2012 e continua tuttora con lo stesso entusiasmo del primo giorno.

Si ispira sia alla ceramica tradizionale che a quella moderna, dal movimento artigianale popolare Mingei in Giappone all’ Arts & Crafts Movement occidentale.

🎋 Alcuni dei suoi eroi della ceramica sono Lucie Rie e Takeshi Yasuda.

In primo luogo, il principio alla base del suo lavoro è la semplicità contemporanea fondata sulla convinzione che anche gli oggetti d’utilizzo quotidiano dovrebbero valorizzare gli spazi che abitano.

🏺 Rendere l’ordinario straordinario.