Keiichi Tanaka is a popular potter with quite a following. We're happy to have restocked a selection of work, but have also added the blue wide bowl to our collection, which is fired with pigment.
Here we present some ceramics from Takeshi Ohmura, which are now available to buy in the shop. These are the kind of works that you use on a daily basis and get better with age. Enjoy.
This fantastic short film and profile on British ceramic artist Matthew Chambers shows exactly how he's able to create his thin, complex, and mesmerising forms using the pottery wheel.
Japanese Artist Shigekazu Nagae creates his fantastic sculptures by slip casting porcelain, he then connects the different elements together and joins then to create flowing forms.
When this new pottery by Mushimegane Books arrived in the shop it really brought home to me the importance of the glazing and how the small details can make a lot of impact.
A few new products in the shop by Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto, the pieces include some large black plates, a black katakuchi, black cafe bowl, and his hibi kesho mugs and bowls.
We collaborated with talented photographer Wataru Murakami, who has quite an eye for capturing craftsmen at work, to photograph OEN makers Yuichiro and Satoko Suzuki.
A beautiful selection of new japanese ceramics in the shop by Inima pottery, which are crafted in the beautiful village of Kawakami-mura in Yoshino, Nara Prefecture.
We're proud to present a refresh of work by Naotsugu Yoshida, a Japanese potter who crafts at the foothills of Mt Fuji. He’s able to manipulate clay in a way that leaves thin forms with lots of character.
A fantastic range of ceramics by Danish father and son team Aage and Kasper Wurtz, Kasper has been able to add a youthful and contemporary element to this organic style of pottery.
Although in some cases Shinobu Hashimoto’s work is very understated, using black slips with gold tones shining through, he also makes pieces that are bold and striking.
Yeong Tak Han makes vessels that are aesthetically quite sparse, using white as a base for many of his pieces, but the shapes themselves are often flavoured with a traditional Korean sensibility.