Tokyo’s 5525gallery teamed up with sculptor and potter Yuki Inoue on a collaborative set of porcelain Arita bowls. Small in size, each bowl features hand-touched details by Inoue whose grandfather, Manji Innoue, is considered to be one of the most influential artists in the country.
Inoue studied visual arts at Tamagawa University after working in the apparel industry. He then studied under his grandfather since April 2012. Since then, he has been selected and won prizes at various exhibitions across Japan. He also collaborates with fashion brands and produces accessories for different types of pottery.
The set features four various colors: red, blue, yellow and white. Each bowl features co-branded details with “5525gallery” and “INOUE YUKI” texts that are placed on the bottom. The bowl is currently on sale at 5525gallery’s website for ¥ 11,000 JPY (approx. $100 USD).
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