Our earthy and smoked shades of black meets a vibrant ochre; their patterns and form caught in an everlasting embrace. They were wheel-thrown and then shaped by hand for those shallow dips and curvy contours. One half of Ochre Night is a rustic matte black with occasional shades of brown—we call it Earthy Black, a colour that arises from a traditional technique of exposing terracotta wares for hours to smoke. The other embracing half of the riotous Ochre and the patterns that move between them are illustrated by hand. If you have pairs in mind, pair them up with 'Crimson Black' or 'Raven Blue'.
Diameter: 10 cm Length: 20 cm Height: 13 cm Weight: 1106 g
To clean stains from the illustrated area and/ remove fungus, you can wipe the surface with a solution of vinegar and water. Avoid using hard chemicals or abrasives on the surface, as it may cause permanent damage to the illustration as well as the organically coated black colour of the planter. For indoor use only.
To err is human, and sometimes, its incomparably beautiful. Every planter is the output of a series of processes all governed by hands. Each planter pot, after a process of wheel-throwing, are shaped and moulded by hand for their asymmetric form and contours. As a result, each piece is bound to carry varying forms of dips and dimples, from piece to piece. The moulded and high-fired pots are then exposed to smoke for hours for its natural black colour. Some planters may carry traces of brown, which is completely natural and unique to each planter. They are entirely hand-illustrated, a process that takes many hours to complete, and therefore, there will be slight variations in its illustration from the image provided.
Renjith P R
A graduate from Fine Arts College, Thrissur, Renjith is a visual artist who primarily works with fine arts and applied arts through a diverse set of media.
Curator | Designer
The Founder and Creative Director of Earth Heart, the Bangalore based illustrator and graphic designer is known for his multidisciplinary approach to design. As an ever-evolving designer, he is currently working with product, interior and architectural design.