Classic ceramics were defined by a continuous and linear brush stroke. In the digital age, it is possible to simulate the same illustrations by using computers, but the mathematical structure of the graphics will be a discontinuous network of vectors and control points. Here, the raw vector structure is used to replicate the illustrations of centuries past, redefining contemporary decor. This tile is reworked from the original object preserved in the Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam. It is hand-glazed and made in Italy, with the hand-glazed series number on the back.