Taiwanese creative Zhu Ohmu, an artist who is currently based in Melbourne, Australia has been experimenting with ceramics in unique ways and integrating them with plants.
Brazilian design studio Universo, a play on the Portuguese words meaning 'the inverse' and 'the universe', has produced an interesting body of work with a nice aesthetic to match.
Yuichiro specialises in making forms from a white stoneware and Satoko Suzuki from other coloured clays, so today we are pleased to showcase Inima Pottery's newest collection of works.
Yumiko iihoshi has always maintained a presence in our shop, early on I noticed the functionality in the objects and the beautiful glazes that she uses, so we are pleased to stock more from her.
New work has arrived from talented Swedish potter Stefan Andersson, with these pots being fired in his wood kiln, making a series of ceramics that look modern but are totally unique.
Ulrica Trulsson is a ceramic artist who lives and works in Adelaide, linking the craftsman's Swedish roots of simplicity and utilitarianism with that of the natural and rugged Australian landscape.
Bob Dinetz is not only an accomplished graphic designer he is also a talented potter that makes thin forms that are nearly always functional from both porcelain and stoneware clay.
We've been waiting tentatively for new works to arrive from Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto, so we are pleased to announce that a new selection has been uploaded to the shop.
Talented maker Bruce Rowe has produced this series for 2017, a collection of one-off ceramics titled SCAPE, all of which are sculpted by the artist himself at his studio based in Victoria, Australia.
We are excited to release a selection of ceramics by a new Japanese maker named Fumihiro Toda, a well respected craftsman who is known for his beautiful ceramics with rustic touches.
In ceramics the glazes tend to shine as they react with the clay and heat, but I enjoyed these tones created by Mayumi Yamashita, also the techniques she has used to create contrast in the surfaces.
I came across these ceramics by Sotis Filippides, a Greek potter who makes these tall pots that taper in, taking in to consideration texture and colour whilst he constructs them at his studio in London.