Bidon #29 – Dots

Eric Hibelot

Ceramics, pop art style: Eric Hibelot sublimates today’s consumer society. Taking the shapes of cans, jars and cartons as models, he decorates his porcelain vessels with bold stripes, solids and polka dots in vivid primary colors: red, orange, yellow and his signature cobalt blue. Read more


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Eric encourages us to look more closely at the world around us, giving each of his items a unique identity. He builds his “bidons” or “cans” one at a time, first rolling out the porcelain like a pie crust 2-3 mm thick, then slicing it into rectangles and circles which he shapes, fires, paints and re-fires.

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Why we love this: Mix and match different sizes and motifs to create a unique composition for your mantel, shelf or bookcase.

Created in: Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye

Materials & techniques: slab-built porcelain, hand-painted

Dimensions: Diameter x H / 2.5" x 11.4" / 6.5 cm x 29 cm

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Reference code: EHIBBID29DOT

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Eric Hibelot

Ceramicist, Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye

Some call him the Andy Warhol of ceramics. When Eric Hibelot took up ceramics, instead of making yet another cake plate or tea set, he took milk cartons and canisters as his models. After assembling the porcelain slabs, he decorates them with bright Pop Art motifs—stripes, solids and polka dots—in...

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