Minimalist, unique, and textural. These are just a few words that come to mind when viewing London-based Brazilian artist Lucas Ferreira’s Landscape artworks. Using small fragments of handmade porcelain, Ferreira is able to harness the unpredictability and irregularity of the ceramic surface,
I think porcelain is such a beautiful material and when I saw Japanese artist Maiko Wakasugi’s work I had to reach out to her. The vertical inlayed lines on the body of her porcelain pieces catch the light wonderfully and add intrigue that’s sometimes lacking in such a pure white colour. Using a
There’s always a blurry line between functional and sculptural. This is expressed no better than in the work of British artist Nicholas Lees. I wrote about Nicholas’ work in 2014 on our blog and it’s been great to link up with him and talk in more detail about his ceramic sculpture. The intere
When Michal Fargo created the first piece from her porcelain vase range she wanted to capture something authentic while celebrating progress and its many benefits. The vase she made was cast using a sponge to create unique textures, later dipping it in porcelain and firing it. In addition to the dif
From the elaborate curves of certain plants and the detailed patterns on seashells to the soft flow of water, nature’s design offers plenty we can draw from to use in creative processes. German artist, Anna Badur, has always had a fascination with nature and is often using its principles as in
I’m absolutely in awe of the sense of expressiveness and creativity found in these porcelain pieces by Atsushi Kitahara. Currently based in Germany, Atsushi is a freelance ceramicist who crafts all of his works by hand. His style is characterised by these forms that tend to mix simplicity with
How can we assume that there’s no story to tell through craft? That our emotion can’t come through in to these natural materials? I suppose thousands of years of functional forms takes the edge off an art that is, and has always been, about self expression. Maybe then, it takes a special
Talented Industrial Designer Tim Defleur has decided to embrace the flaws in craft and experiment with 3D Printing using porcelain, the result is a series of objects that plays with asymmetry.
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.
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.