"Porcelain is a diva" says KPM chief designer Thomas Wenzel about the white material. Its handling is a challenge that can only be mastered with pure passion and great technical precision. Contemporary artists and designers are now taking on this challenge, creating extraordinary art objects with a new perspective and their personal fascination for porcelain.
Together with the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin and the American artist and illustrator Andy Rementer, two stylish variations of the KPM Coffee To-go Becher in an iconic lettering look have been created.
With "Introspectus" the KPM Berlin and the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin come together again to have the pure white KPM canvas edited by the Dutch illustrator Eline van Dam, alias Zeloot.
During his visits to the Berlin manufactory, Stefan Marx was able to familiarize himself with the conscientious working techniques, to experiment and prove his virtuoso design talent on porcelain.
The New York artist collective FAILE and KPM Berlin present their first joint art object for KPM+.
The design studio founded by Mark Braun in 2006 in Berlin stands for high-quality services in the field of indistrial manufactured products, furniture and lighting.
The progressive illustrator Jean Jullien designed an exclusive design for the BERLIN series. In the manufactory, these cups and plates are then produced piece by piece in the hand-made since 1763 proven.