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.
A potter that always gives me a distinct feeling is craftsman Katsufumi Baba, picking up his work makes me think of nature itself, he has a great skill for balancing asymmetry with touch.
As we finally approach summer there’s been many new additions to the shop, one that’s been eagerly awaited here is a collection of ceramics by Japanese potter Keiichi Tanaka.
Stefan has offered a twist on his original water cup, which, unlike the previous cup that was salt fired with veggie oil, these have been fired for three days in a wood kiln called an Anagama.
If anyone’s been following Shinobu's work you’ll know that he’s an experimental artist who likes to mix-up both his forms and glazes, so check out his new range stocked at OEN shop.
New OEN shop potter Motoharu Ozawa doesn't attempt to hide the imperfections, instead he uses these as inspiration to give his collection of tableware character and charm.
Yumiko's passion for designing everyday objects is quite evident, producing bold forms with the help of local Japanese craftsmen. We're very proud to be stockists of her work.
Based in Mashiko, which is highly regarded for its ceramic art, potter Akihiro Nikaido creates objects that stimulate all five senses, particularly focusing on the tea ceremony.
Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, artist and creative Ann Symes has been using the ancient method of woodblock printing to create unusual and abstract patterns on paper.
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.
A new maker at OEN shop is Hokkaido potter Kana Tozuka, her works represent a sprinkling of snow and the black-bronze ceramics are almost like antiques honouring a transition in time.
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.