Relief textures are ceramic objects explained by their own appearance. Their surface, the smooth or rough “skin”, the mesh, the weft, tactile organic forms, are known, learned through visual impact, when we know them and face them with our own hands. The visual language employed in the creation of these pieces affirms an epidermal purpose pertaining to the objects, the things, the “world”. To bestow a tactile sense to the body of things, in their exteriority, but also as a whole. A synthetic manifestation which is in itself a reflex, an expression, an appeal to all the senses. The forms are made known as signifiers of feeling.