Loaf Toast Rack
Loaf Toast Rack by Joe Hartley is a functional piece of homeware, created in satsuma and lichen coloured stoneware clay.Read More
- Product Details
Made using the smallest number of moves possible, Joe makes these works by slicing each one from a full loaf. Inspired by sledging, an extrusion process originally used to achieve long-lengths of architectural detailing, such as cornicing. Starting with a full bag of clay, Joe drags his fingers down the material to produce five long valleys. This length is then sliced into several toast racks and dipped in a rubber, sealing its fate a domestic tool. Each batch contains 10 racks, complete with two crusts. Like any loaf, you are welcome to take your pick. This rack lends itself to large pieces of crusty bread.
Joe is a Manchester-based “Butcher, Baker, Designer, Maker”, with an interest in exploring old and new materials and processes. Inspired by quotidian tasks, he makes objects with a precise function, resulting in purposeful and considered designs. Joe has experience of working in the food industry, which has informed his ability to create playful useable homewares. Sometimes he works alone, although he is also known as an active collaborator. In 2012 won the Best New Designer at New Designers.
Stoneware clay, dipped in rubber
- Enquire about this product
- Shipping & Returns policy
The New Craftsmen delivers to the UK (3-5 days) and Internationally (7-10 days). Read the full shipping information.
If you are not happy with your purchase then you have 14 days to return it for an exchange or refund. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs. If you have commissioned a maker or purchased a made to order product, please read the full returns policy.