Kiho’s works pursue purity without any unnecessary adornments, with the making
process more important than the result. Rather than adding something complicated
to this form, so that it only represents its function, he designs it as simply as possible.
Though the decoration is excluded, the user can enjoy the texture of the ceramic.
Pressing with fingers to make the thickness consistent is an awfully time-consuming
process. Doing this repetitive process he has taken time for self-examination, which
has improved the textural quality of the works.