Kyungwon has been making some waves with her beautiful sculpture that connects many 'thoughts' that sit between sculptural and functional and explore new possibilities in clay.
Today we are pleased to release this feature on Makoto Saito so that we're all able to get more of an insight in to Makoto’s art and appreciate the design and skill needed to produce these ceramics.
A few photos from my visit to the studio of Misa Kumabuchi, a talented maker with a distinct style who applies different glazes to the surface of her pots using a sponge, brush, and even her bare hands.
I was very much intrigued by this ceramic collection by Switzerland-based Japanese potter Taiko Amont for OKRO, a company who develops objects in collaboration with different designers.
British ceramic artist Effie Gibson has a keen eye for nature-inspired surfaces, especially these pieces from her 'Mountain Range' series that all reference worn and weathered surfaces.
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.
South Korean artist Bomi Lee has constructed porcelain vessels that are made by cutting rectangular and hexagonal forms out of clay and overlapping in unusual ways.
American photographer Jake Stangel has been out and about in San Francisco documenting the makers of the area, including a sign maker, a woodworker, a luthier, and ceramicist.
Two things that I have no problem finding in terms of inspiration are furniture and pottery. For some reason they’re at the forefront, whether that be a particular phase at the moment I’m not sure (quite possibly), but I’m always keeping my eyes on the ground for other content and avenues to p
Today I'll be making my weekly visit to the local pottery studio. I've been meddling with the idea of producing a teapot on the wheel for a while, so I've been watching various tutorials to get an idea of how to make such an object. Like researching any craftsmen, these guys have been doing it for y