Because of the performance that this piece suggests, it never looks lost when it lies unused. For it even performs as it waits to carry out its function: pouring.
To use it you turn it upside down so that the big opening points upwards and fill it with water. When full, the Jug balances on the table; when empty, you can turn it upside down again to cover the cup.
This organic water jug owes its elephant-like shape to the stable way in which users pour water from it: with a supportive and guiding hand below the jug’s belly. Aesthetics with a highly idiosyncratic character, matching Bakkers existing family of table objects.