Piia Keto has been designing surfaces for more than ten years. His handprint can be seen in Arabian dishes as well as in the look of Kalevala Koru, in the patterns of Aarre children's clothing, in Helsinki Central Library's Oodi and on the shelves of grocery stores. Piia's customers can be found both domestically and around the world.
The mug workshop is a concept created by Piia for decorating ready-made dishes with the help of decals. It is a technology that works for everyone. The people of Mukipaja have plenty of Piia Illustrations at their disposal, which can conjure up wonderful results.
“The mug workshop was really relaxing! The concept is fun because you get experiences of success even if you don’t know how to draw yourself. The transfers still allowed me to be creative. ”
You can participate in Alava Shop's Mukipaja on Saturday 13 February from 5 pm to 7.30 pm. Take the dishes you want to renew with you. Over the years, well-known brands, Grandma's coffee tableware and supermarket mugs have been tested to work with the technology. If you want to make sure your particular container is suitable for this technique, put a picture message on Instagram @mug_paja or take a few dishes with you to the workshop. In the workshop, we patterned two containers “the size of a coffee moment” e.g. mugs and bread plates.
The patterns of the mugs are fixed in a ceramic oven after the workshop. The burnt mugs can be picked up from the Alava Shop on Thursday 18.2. since.
The price of the mug workshop is 40 € / participant. The price includes control, decals and incineration in two containers.
Registrations and questions on Instagram @muki_paja or by e-mail email@example.com
We use face masks in Mukipaja.
“The mug workshop also works with children! Nice joint “special making” with a child. Your own mug has become really important for a child and it is used extensively ”