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Meet the Hand-Drawn Pot

Meet the Hand-Drawn Pot | Red Dot Design Award

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Chaoshan is a region in China where people are especially proud of their tea culture. In order to highlight the sig­nificance of tea as a daily basic food product, the book has 365 pages. The individual chapters are bound in several volumes in the form of bare ridges. The double-walled cover is especially distinctive on account of its signal colour red and the punched holes of different sizes and in the shape of three teapots. When closed, the cover creates the illusion of a 3D effect. The slipcase accompanying the book is extremely stable and can be used as a tray for tea.

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Meet the Hand-Drawn Pot | Red Dot Design Award