Porcelain slip-cast. The ceramic form starts as a straight cage of wet clay and finds its own shape while in the kiln.
10 x 10 x 9
For the black lines I mix the porcelain slip with a ceramic stain before casting the piece. This way the piece has the color all the way through the clay instead of a surface treatment. This allows me to have a sanded matte finish, without requiring added color or glaze application.