architecture photography for om made cafe bangalore
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st to 15th July 2018, ‘Handmade mugs in cafes’ was the latest event from ourAs project http://www.handmadeceramics.in. This project aims at promoting handmade ceramics in restaurants. Usually restaurants use moulded ceramics which are replicas. Handmade ceramics are unique pieces, individually hand-crafted by ceramists. It’s very on trend today to have your tableware designed around the food you serve in a restaurant. Many chefs are taking to working with ceramists closely to get unique individual tableware created.
This time round we were promoting unique signed mugs in cafes. We had 3 popular cafes sign up for this event – Another Fine Day in Gurgaon, Om made cafe in Bangalore and Third wave coffee roasters again in Bangalore.
The ceramists who participated – Anubha Jaswal, Nikita Dawar, Seema Kalra and Shubha V Raghavan.
You could walk into any of the cafes and order your usual coffee but in handmade signed mugs at a promotional price of Rs300 and take the mug home with you.
Contact us if you wish to get custom handmade ceramics created! 😀
Talking clay participated in the Dastkar Design Fair 2017. 10 days of selling my products and interacting with buyers and other sellers of designer handcrafted products in India.
Some interesting conversations getting to know people and the concepts behind their brand.
One such interesting interaction was with Vinayak and Rameshwari (both are Nift graduates) at Cotton Rack www.cottonrack.com. A Jaipur based line of khadi clothing – simple, clean, minimalist, socially responsible clothing using a controversial word such as ‘sex’ to promote their brand. Well, cotton can be sexy!
Sedhantik promoting slow fashion with beautifully handcrafted scarves. The man behind the label Sidhant is a graduate of Pearl. He is a fashion designer and an ecoprenuer.
Handcarved wooden home accessories by the team at OrganicConnect based out of Shapur jat, New Delhi. Tanveen Ratti one of the founders has a passion for travelling and developing designer products.
From Almora, Uttarakhand came Vasunthi (my neighbouring shop at the fair) with hand-knitted woolens – Peoli. www.peoli.in
Hand-painted restored furniture by Molly Dhiman. Very thankful for this new friend. Who, just like me, does all this beautiful work by her own hand.See her hand painted restored desks at www.design5.biz
Some other interesting people and designer products I came across –
– Jeweler by Prerna Singh
– Health and wellness products by SpaVeda
– Another beautiful line of clothing by Har.Yarn.V