All of Yaku Murakami's pieces are shaped by hand and no two look the same. His ceramics are unglazed, unglazed with silver or a unique sanded effect. They are a simple and modern take on the Japanese wabi-sabi aesthetic.
It takes months to make an object like this tea pot. Every detail is modeled by hand and the balance of perfect shapes is achieved only thanks to the hand of a skilled master.
Lines and volumes are beautiful. In a work like this, everything is precious: starting from the material selected by the artist according to his unique blend of clay, the glaze techinque as well as the method of kiln by wood firing.