設計畢業展 Online Exhibition

台灣師範大學設計系108級畢業展-Mind the Gap

活動時程 │ 2019/05/31 - 2019/06/03
活動地點 │ 松山文創園區五號倉庫
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主辦單位 │ 台灣師範大學設計系108級
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痕美

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專案名稱 │ 痕美
共同作者 │ 連晨清、范雅筑、張維潔、許富甯
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作品類別 │ 產品設計
上傳時間 │ 2019-06-12 21:01:41

你也有需要修補的東西嗎?具有紀念價值的、老舊了卻捨不得丟的、代表深刻意義的⋯⋯
我們將「修補」的動作意象轉化為視覺,利用修補過後的紋路、線條、接縫來傳達「痕」之美。

Do you have something needs to be fixed?
Something that is broken and unable to function. But it is too memorable and meaningful to be thrown away.
We visualized the process of “fixing” and convey the beauty of "marks"

through repaired lines, pattern, and seams.
或許,你曾不小心打破了十年好友送給你的生日馬克杯
或許,你曾意外打破了遠從國外帶回來的特別紀念品
或許,你曾粗心摔破了去異鄉讀書時父母特地交給你的玻璃水瓶
或許,你曾在與戀人的爭執中,一氣之下摔破了彼此的定情之物
或許,你曾在兒時使用至今的卡通圖案小碗上,看見了時間累積磨舊造成的裂痕
你在懊悔遺憾之餘,終究只能丟棄,或將它們擱置安放⋯⋯

「破裂」如果能夠修補,「情感」能不能繼續存在?


Perhaps, you accidentally broke the birthday mug your friend gave you ten years ago.
Perhaps, you accidentally broke a special souvenir that was brought back from abroad.
Perhaps, you had carelessly broken the carafe that was given to you by your parents when you went to study abroad.
Perhaps, you broke the anniversary gift out of rage during an argument with your significant other.
Perhaps, you discovered a crack on the small cartoon bowl that you have been using since you were born.
With a heavy heart, you either throw them away or put them somewhere out of sight.

If "broken pieces" can be fixed, can "relationship” and “memory" continue to exist?

痕美,破碎痕跡也是美。
我們是一個瓷器再造的品牌,強調手作溫度,樸實簡單。
回收客戶端破碎的瓷器,依各個物件的破損狀況與背後故事量身設計改造,衍伸不同形態功能,延續物品的生命與情感,回到客戶手中,形成一種商業模式。

“hand_made” presents the beauty of broken traces.
We are a brand that emphasizes the value of handmade craft by recreating chinaware.
“hand_made” recycle broken porcelains from clients and estimate the conditions of the them. Depending on the damage level of each object and the needs of the clients, we give the broken chinawares a makeover and turn them into new products. The broken porcelains would be given new shapes and functions. With a whole new appearance, they return to our customers’ lives.

強調修補的效果,發展不同樣式與手法,創造獨一無二的表面線條。
儘管無法變回原本的樣式與功能,也能以一個全新的面貌繼續存在於日常。
修補過後的餐具碗盤,雖然有著殘缺、有著曾經碎裂的痕跡,卻依然美麗。

Emphasizing the effect of patching, “hand_made” develops different ways and techniques to create unique surface lines.
Although these broken porcelains cannot remain the original style and function, it can continue to exist in a new look.
After the repair, the tableware dishes are still beautiful, although they are incomplete and have traces of breaking.


選擇瓷器作為媒介表達痕之美,有感於瓷器在生活中的廣泛應用,以及日常打破瓷器的頻繁。且瓷器無法回收,通常即直接包覆處理丟棄,無循環利用之益。
瓷器為現今平凡、大量製造的商品,儘管價格並不高昂、取得容易,但若此物象徵了某種意義,也無法輕易割捨。

We are inspired by the frequency and the applications of porcelain in our lives to express the beauty of trace, and besides chinaware is usually threw out directly rather than be recycled again. Chinaware is a normal and mass- manufactured product. It is not easy to throw out of this if it is meaningful for someone, even though it is cheap and ordinary.


金繕,即「以金修繕」,是一門源於中國、盛行於日本,並與日本漆藝結合的傳統工藝,用於修補殘缺器物,運用金粉或金箔貼於表面,將殘缺或裂縫部分填補。而鋦瓷,是把破碎的瓷器利用鋦釘固定拼好,使其恢復原樣。透過修復者的巧思可以創造出器物另一種美的樣貌,既能再使用、又有觀賞價值,甚至達到原物沒有的藝術境界。
我們挑戰創新,運用學習而來的金繕、鋦瓷技法,實驗於不同材質上,測試接縫的堅固程度。
將作品結合異材質如水泥、皮革,不僅能補足消失的碎片殘缺,更能為瓷器加上獨特的功用性,如飾品架、膠帶台、盆栽、時鐘等。


By experimenting kintsukuroi and Jū cí with different materials, we are looking for an innovative way to practice these techniques we have learned. Combining the works with different materials such as cement and leather can not only make up the missing pieces, but also add unique functions to the porcelain, such as jewelry frames, tape stations, potted plants, clocks, etc.
“Kintsukuroi” means using gold to fix stuff. This kind of traditional technique was originated from China. It later combined with traditional Japanese lacquer and prevailed in Japan. Using by a scatter of gold foil to stick on the broken stuff to fulfill its fragment. “Jū cí” is to fix broken porcelain with a dowel and restore it to its original state. Through the ingenuity of the repairer, another beautiful appearance of the object can be created. Thanks to Jū cí, broken chinaware can be fixed and used again. The repaired chinaware can even reach the artistic realm that the original one does not have.

透過創新的修復技法,讓原本要丟棄的廢棄品,經過二次創作成了書桌上的新擺飾。我們結合瓷器與人們背後的故事情感,創造新的體驗。在不同材質碰撞下,不僅拓展了傳統工藝的應用,也透過對比的表面質感,顯現更美麗的痕跡。

Through innovative repair techniques, these broken items that were originally discarded have been transformed into new decorations on the desk. We combine the porcelain and the story behind people to create new experiences. With the use of different materials, it not only expands the application of traditional techniques, but also reveals more beautiful traces through the contrast of the surface texture.