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Cup, bowl, spoon

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Cup, bowl, spoon by NADFLY

Cup, bowl, spoon by NADFLY

Last drip of coffee

Last drip of coffee

Sunday calmness

Sunday calmness

first time use

first time use

up side down together

up side down together

cup of coffee

cup of coffee

coffee mark scribble

coffee mark scribble

miniture

miniture

blind drawing

blind drawing

Light lines

Light lines

Dripping porridge

Dripping porridge

holding

holding

It fits

It fits

Finger replacement

Finger replacement

Too much coffee?

Too much coffee?

Loudspeaker cup

Loudspeaker cup

Grip

Grip

Porridge

Porridge

Do not touch

Do not touch

too hot

too hot

Pirate spoon

Pirate spoon

balance

balance

too hot, too full

too hot, too full

Guarding the coffee

Guarding the coffee

Duck

Duck

coffeehair

coffeehair

Cocktailmug

Cocktailmug

Warmth

Warmth

Spidercup

Spidercup

Harvestcup

Harvestcup

Ready to party

Ready to party

Frustration

Frustration

Sleeping coffee

Sleeping coffee

Hand fits

Hand fits

No bowl

No bowl

Balancing marshmellows

Balancing marshmellows

Inner peace & cup of coffee

Inner peace & cup of coffee

Autumn

Autumn

coffee love

coffee love

Bow

Bow

German pudding on cold days

German pudding on cold days

hang over breakfast

hang over breakfast

lirum, larum, löffelstiel...

lirum, larum, löffelstiel...

cup

cup

miniture

miniture

Breakfast close up

Breakfast close up

Pancake breakfast

Pancake breakfast

cupbowlspoon

cupbowlspoon

Beginning of July I was invited to attend ‘All You Need’ by NADFLY. It was a dinner party event with 17 other women where our dinner came with a unique, handmade set of cup, bowl and spoon by Nicola. We each could choose our own set and I tried to find one which would be big enough for my breakfast coffee and porridge. We all took our chosen set home ‘with the only hope that it becomes their main eating objects as they eat alongside their family members, lovers, friends and housemates.’ (NADLFY)

Well, I actually prefer to only use it once my family have left the house and I’m by myself ready to start my working day. Nicola also asked us to document in some way or the other the use of our cup, bowl and spoon. Having neglected my drawing practice for a while I decided to use one big piece of paper as a drawing diary. I will be reflecting the ceramic pieces through drawing but also use it as a pause or meditation within the day.