Ceramics & Art | Blue Crane Coffee Co.
BCCC is an artisinal Coffee Roastery in the heart of Stellenbosch. We batch roast all our beans in our 200 year old historical building.
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Our
Ceramics

We’ve teamed up with Three Potters And A Painter, a Stellenbosch based ceramics studio, who meticulously hand crafted all our ceramics at BCCC. Each cup was designed, crafted and tested to complement the taste and mouth-feel of our coffee.  Three Potters and a Painter is made up of mother and daughter team, Annetjie Ferreira, Hestimarie and Mientjie. BCCC is proud to be collaborating with this dynamic troika of talented ladies. Three Potters And A Painter exclusive hand crafts cups, saucers and milk jugs for BCCC and all ceramics are also available to purchase at our roasterie or online.

Keep an eye out for our latest ceramic products. Proudly crafted in Stellenbosch.

Our

Art

My name is Lenka, that means ‘light’. I am layers of specifically different, sometimes contradictory, parts.
Created with a hunger for truth, and a passion to illustrate. I am curious to explore, discover, reveal – the real in life.

 

Carefully Considered
Marvelousy Made
Detailed Depth

 

Intentionally intricately crafted. In illustration & as individual. Not by chance, by choice.

 

All artworks are illustrated with 0.05mm black pen on paper.
(*extra:) I never redo an illustration. Even though working with pen on paper doesn’t leave much room for error. I allow the unexpected (‘error’) to change the initial planned image – a choice to engage with the process and allow spontaneous becoming rather than trying to present the perfect image. I believe this becoming process reveals authentic (true) beauty found in imperfection.