Korean photographer Jungjin Lee has produced this powerful series titled Thing, using photo-sensitive emulsion called liquid light to achieve a floating image without any shadow.
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.
A fantastic series of monochrome photographs by Seoul based photographer Bohnchang Koo, who has photographed rare white porcelain ceramics from the Joseon Dynasty.
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.
These fantastic architectural sculptures by Nicholas Lees have symmetrical rings spanning the entire body, which are then manipulated slightly to create an illusionary effect on the eye.
Handmade by Katsufumi Baba at his studio in Fukuoka, Japan these beautiful porcelain and stoneware vessels cling to your fingers and are extremely practical for everyday use.
A wonderful selection of still life painting by William Wilkins, with his subject being ceramics featuring the work of potters like Lucie Rie and Japanese craftsman Yasuhisa Kohyama.
Bold and jagged shapes by Philadelphia based ceramicist Ian Andersson, who deconstructs traditional utilitarian forms that we use everyday.
Inspired by a simple stream, Swedish potter Stefan Andersson has designed and made this fantastic stoneware water cup coated with a fine porcelain slip.
In his pursuit of the essential, American photographer Jim Franco has turned ceramic artist to experiment with form to create objects of lasting beauty.