Leo creates ceramic by handbuilding the clay rather than throwing the vessels on a pottery wheel. This truly one-of-a-kind works of art; each piece is hand-crafted by skill and, as a result, the shape, color, and patterns are slightly different from one another– this is the beauty called wabi-sabi, something you will not get from products made by machine.
Wabi-sabi is a Japanese cultural viewpoint that embraces imperfections, transience, and individuality, touching on a melancholic understanding that “natural imperfections are inherent in our universe. It serves as proof that each piece has its own character, its own story, and its own place in the world. Just as no two people are the same – no flowers will be identical.