Lithic by Yasha Butler
The concept is linked to timeless forms as if they've been buried for generations, archaic vessels waiting to be found. I like this idea as it takes an approach and shapes the aesthetic goal around it, which is a new way of making altogether.
Takeshi Yasuda, Made in China
The film itself shows Japanese potter Takeshi Yasuda inside his studio, where we get to see him working and follow him through the streets of the Porcelain capital of the world, Jingdezhen in China.
Steven Branfman, Raku Master
Steven Branfman has specialised in the Raku technique and process for over 30 years. In this video we're introduced to his workshop and studio, showcasing his skills on the wheel and the Raku technique in general.
Porcelain Works by Kazumi Kato at OEN Shop
Japanese potter Kazumi Kato ticked a lot of boxes in my eyes, she has a fantastic eye and a lot of the textural and characterful elements that could be reflected from her past oil painting experience.
Handthrown Stoneware by Kazakes Ceramics
Andrew Kazakes ceramics are an interesting mix of spontaneity and function. The works that intrigue me the most are those that play on two worlds, almost simplistic and refined but have added character.
Tableware by Kaori Tatebayashi
Even though UK based Japanese potter Kaori Tatebayashi makes tableware that has a traditional looking form, they have a totally different feeling from your standard wares.
Ceramics by Japanese Potter Hanako Nakazato
The works of maker Hanako Nakazato, a 14th generation potter from Japan. She uses her traditional background with Western influences to push her pottery to the next level.
New Norm Dinnerware by Norm and Menu
A collection of tableware designed by architects Norm and produced by Danish design house Menu. Although basic at first sight, the New Norm Dinnerware is part of a larger story.
Functional Ceramics by Derek Wilson
I’m a sucker for those intricate details, when I see imagery up-close of ceramics for example I get incredibly inspired by the handmade features. It’s particularly appealing for me when what looks quite simple and refined from afar, has real clarity and purity when seen up-close or held. Derek W
Glazes and Forms at Hibinokurashi
As Charles Eames said, “The details are not the details. They make the design.” This is very true, especially in this case where I’m highlighting a selection of pottery from a Japanese store that I came across online titled Hibinokurashi (or Daily Life). I’ve been searching high and low for
Handcrafted Ceramic Work by Lubna Chowdhary
Sometimes I get all the credit when finding content for the blog, most of the time they’re all my own findings, but on certain occasions I get help from collaborators and those that email in submissions. Not just from creatives and designers that want me to showcase their own work, sometimes even
Pottery by Yuichiro and Tomoko Suzuki
With our newest feature that released over the weekend with potter Adam Silverman, it seemed a bit rude to post any other pottery as we could be seen to specialise in one specific area. As you know, that’s not the case. But when I homed in on the good work of Japanese duo Yuichiro and Tomo Suzuki,