In ceramics the glazes tend to shine as they react with the clay and heat, but I enjoyed these tones created by Mayumi Yamashita, also the techniques she has used to create contrast in the surfaces.
I came across these ceramics by Sotis Filippides, a Greek potter who makes these tall pots that taper in, taking in to consideration texture and colour whilst he constructs them at his studio in London.
Cookplay was founded in Bilbao, Spain by industrial designer Ana Roquero, a porcelain collection of tableware in which the focus and main objective is trying to redefine the modern table.
This collection of porcelain work by Lee Jae Jun is inspired by his M Type Tableware series and uses colouring and zirconium silicate to make the finished vessels appear in such a way.
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.