Photographer and filmmaker Dan Fontanelli has made a short portrait on Japanese Potter Akiko Hirai's work and has captured some of the making processes at her London studio.
Ilona's goal is to "touch people with purity and soberness", creating ceramics that are beautiful to the mind and eye, functional but at the same time as aesthetically pleasing.
Inspired by the urban industrial landscape of Los Angeles, potter Sara Paloma hand-throws these fantastic tear drop shaped vases out of stoneware and porcelain on the wheel.
Titled Paper series, Australian designer Hayden Youlley has been able to create an unusual surface texture on his porcelain tableware mimicking the crumpled nature of paper as a material.
It's rare to see a potter with a designers hat on, but British potter Matthew Warner has balanced his inner craftsman well with his stunning collection of porcelain tableware.
New Yorker Natalie Weinberger makes ceramics that reference the past, but through subtle variations in silhouette and surface, her goal is to make them feel present.
Watch this brilliant documentary by Goldmark on Lee Kang-Hyo, one of Korea's finest living potters, where they visit his studio where he creates a mixture of tableware and sculpture.
Bold and jagged shapes by Philadelphia based ceramicist Ian Andersson, who deconstructs traditional utilitarian forms that we use everyday.
In his pursuit of the essential, American photographer Jim Franco has turned ceramic artist to experiment with form to create objects of lasting beauty.
Influenced by primitive art, alongside Japanese aesthetics, Patricia has been incorporating these in to her own stoneware creations under the studio name 'Ocean Primitive'.