Category Archives: Manifesto

A 100-word summary of our design outcome

Design gives an object life; Use gives it soul. The final piece is a tea cup with a transferred short text on its surface, it visualises the relationship between the user and the tea cup.  Actually like the tea cup, … Continue reading

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Images of the Final Piece

This special cracked glazed tea cup has been used for five years, We transferred a brief text on the surface of the tea cup, which is “I enjoy in holding and observing it in my spare time… This is my cracked … Continue reading

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Final piece experiment – Tea cups stains

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Final piece process – the memory of tea cup

The text need to be transferred on the surface of tea cup: I enjoy holding and observing it in my spare time… This is my crack-glazed tea cup. The more I use it,the wider the cracked mark will spread. I … Continue reading

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Finally piece process

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Final piece process – lipsticks poster

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Set the light

Set the light together, and we took photos with three different people who have different using habit of lip stick, the shape of the top of the lip stick is totally different.

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Final piece process – Invisible fingerprints on the teapot and teacups

According to our manifesto, “Design gives an object life; Use gives it soul.” We tried to find out the relationship between users and daily objects. Then we were thinking about users’ fingerprints that usually left on daily objects. They can … Continue reading

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Final piece process – lipsticks

  We are thinking about what objects we use everyday except tables and chairs. Then we thought of lipstick. Each of us use lipstick especially ladies, but the usage is different for each person. People with thin lips sideways, thick … Continue reading

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Final piece process – tea cups plus memories

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