Lee Min Soo has made these layered containers seen here, each object has been composed of 5-10 layers of very thin casts and usually come in sets of five to eight pieces.
Seeing these works by Melbourne-based ceramic studio Ghost Wares certainly inspired me and made me think about the subtle colours and the simple shapes that they have used.
I was drawn to this work by lighting designer Jason Miller, a Brooklyn-based designer and the founder of Roll & Hill, who has made this ceramic work on the pottery wheel.
Wonjae Jo has made this new collection of work for 2017 where the white porcelain walls have been painstakingly shaved to make a unique pattern and rhythmic composition.
Eric Roinestad is a ceramicist, designer and art director who is based in Los Angeles. He was born and raised in California and now designs unique sculptural objects for interiors and the home.
Japanese artist Yoko Komae has a very distinct style and uses hand building technique to make stunning flowing, thin forms that rise up and have textured but natural looking surface.