Australian hair and body care brand Leif have released a sophisticated collection of ceramics in collaboration with the iconic Heide Museum of Modern Art to celebrate the new exhibition, An Idea Needing To Be Made.
There are three porcelain vessels in the collection each representing Leif and Heide’s shared appreciation of design. The forms are inspired by the beautifully functional shapes of Leif’s signature hand, body and hair care product bottles that translate to lovely objects for the home!
Each vessel has been created using a combination of modern and ancient techniques. The initial forms were printed in PLA (a thermoplastic derived from plants) on a 3D printer, then crafted by Sydney-based ceramicist Deb Taylor into moulds for porcelain. The elegant ‘part line’ down each unique vessel’s side showcases this two-part creative process.
The limited-edition vessels are available in four soft pastel hues and are branded with a custom Heide stamp.
The collection can be purchased exclusively from the Heide MOMA gift shop for the duration of the gallery’s current ceramics exhibition, An Idea Needing to Be Made, which opened on Saturday, July 27th and closes Sunday, October 20th.
This collection marks a new affiliation between Leif and Heide MOMA. Learn more about the Leif x Heide MOMA porcelain collection here.