The pieces are made by using rotten fruits.
Casting them helped the artist capture and save their extraordinary textures just at the time when they are the most beautiful. Designing and manipulating the shape slightly by creating proper edges helped the very different shapes come together beautifully into a coherent collection.
Rotten Fruits have been used as models to capture the naturally beautiful process of decay. Cast at the time when it is the most beautiful. The use of ceramics enhances the fragility and preciousness of the textures. At the same time making the vessel hygenic and usable. To really show off the textures the pieces have often been shaded with complementing color gradients, creating an iridescent color illusion when moved up and down. The Collection consists of large jackfruit, watermelon, pumpkin, red pepper and a small mango.The project came alive first on 2011 as a part of a graduation process. It was re-newed on 2014. All the products are cast with 50 percent recycled material and finished off with the finest quality.