Yumiko iihoshi has produced this new series titled ReIRABO, Irabo being a type of Korean pottery that was admired by Japanese tea-masers as they embodied a “high aesthetic ideal”.
Ever wondered about the Japanese and how they achieve such simplicity and a sense of calm within their homes? If you wanted to see this first hand I’d recommend this series of interviews.
Living in New York, Japanese Artist Hiroyuki Hamada’s main point of exploration is sculpture, but he also uses prints and drawings as a starting point for all his artworks.
Kana Tozuka’s ceramics were an instant hit when they first arrived earlier in the Spring, so I’m pleased to let you know that new stock has come in alongside some other objects to coincide.
Bruce Gardner lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and specialises in the Japanese art of Hikaru Dorodango. Perfect spheres created from soil, which are then dried and polished.
Naho Kamada produces objects from brass, silver and aluminium at her studio, all of which are inspired by antique tea utensils, old cups, and other functional goods.