Thursday, November 25, 2010

Vessel [Sisidlan]

Marami ang pwedeng interpretasyon sa sisidlan o lalagyan.  

@ mirandablue
Mapanuklas ang mga Pinoy sa mga makabagong ideya, manipulasyon, pananaliksik sa mga bagong hugis at pamamaraan gamit ang ating mga katutubong materyales.  Hindi man katutubong materyal, ang balat ng ahas ay hindi tradisyonal na ginagamit na sisidlan.  Kung dati, mga bags at sapatos lang ang pinag-gagamitan nito, ngayon pati furniture, home decor at fashion accessories ay gumagamit na rin ng balat ng ahas. Tingnan mo itong mga modernong hugis ng sisidlan na minolde sa fiber glass, nakalamina ang tininang balat ng sea snake at stainless steel ang rim.  Hindi endangered ang sea snake kaya pinapayagan ito ng gobyerno.


Posted for Litratong Pinoy

Filipino craftsmen are innovative in coming up with fresh ideas in the manipulation of indigenous materials, and the exploration of new forms and techniques.  Snake skin, although not indigenous, is not a traditional material for vessels.  This material used to be exclusively used for bags and shoes, and now being applied to furniture, home decor and fashion accessories.  Check out these contemporary shapes of vessels (or vas) molded from fiber glass and laminated with dyed sea snake skin and stainless steel rim.  The government allows use of this material because sea snakes are not endangered.


Here's another interpretation of vessel.
 Vessels in Manila Bay                                       @ mirandablue

For Thursday two Questions - you are invited to answer these questions and join.

1.  What are your favorite vessels in your home?
2.  Why is an average person afraid of snakes?

14 comments:

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Hi, beautiful pictures.. i really like the last one..

silentprincess said...

ganda..sana lang walang laman na ahas ang sisidlan na yan..hehehe

Happy LP!

http://www.thesilentprincess.com/?p=959

Photo Cache said...

those vases are sleek and modern looking.

Ebie said...

Malawak ang mga creativity at imagination. Ganda talaga ang sariling atin.

Happy LP.

RNSANE said...

Very pretty vases...interesting with the snakeskin. And the ocean is beautiful...whatever vessel sails upon it.

emarene said...

Wow! I luv the 1st photo and the subject too! galing talaga ng Pinoy!

upto6only said...

ang ganda ng unang litrato. galing ng hugis at pagkakagawa.

Dr. Emer said...

I also like the ship. Love the contrasting colors there

Mine is here: http://goo.gl/Mf18V

HAPPY LP!!

Marites said...

ang galing naman..pero, hindi ba endangered ang seasnake? maligayang LP!

irie said...

ang ganda...mamahalin hihi. :)
Happy LP po :)

eto po ang aking lahok:http://mysilentsanctuary.kundiman.net/?p=971

Margaret Duarte said...

So sorry. Pressed for time today. Thanksgiving for me means good friends like the ones I've met through Thursday Two Questions. I'm thankful that I've discovered you. Happy Thanksgiving and see you again next week.

Self Sagacity said...

1) Hummm, that's very interesting Luna.
My favorite is an orange see through that has swirls and a unique design.
2) Because they can sting you, and they are squirmy and not easily tackled..

DoanLegacy said...

Beautiful photos!

1) At the moment I can't think of any vessel, but will throughout the day looking for vessel.

2) Snake is in the bible and the horrid temptation that led to sin..

Luna Miranda said...

i forgot to post my answers for Thursday 2 Questions--here goes:

1) I have a set of leaf-shaped bowls made of ceramic with crackled glaze.

2) maybe because an average person doesn't really know the character of snakes. "what the mind doesn't understand, it worships or fears."