Today we showcase this awesome pottery by Japanese artist Fumihiro Toda that’s in our shop. Residing in Tokorozawa, a small city in Saitama, Toda spent most of his early years in Gifu studying under a talented potter in this area. Fumihiro Toda’s work combines both a rustic clay body wit
Norwegian artist Kaja Dahl uses materials with opposite properties, such as porcelain and rock, to create abstract sculptures that connect us to the world of rituals. At the same time, her unconventional yet balanced compositions make us think of nature’s capricious formations and invite us to not
Kathy Erteman is an internationally-known ceramicist who approaches her craft in a dual way. On the one hand, she manually produces minimal and textured sculptural-looking vessels and on the other she creates tableware designs for companies, like Crate & Barrel and Tiffany, who manufacture them
Material itself is, ironically, often the one thing standing in the way of seeing the physical manifestation of an idea. Only time and dedication, to keep pushing forward even when your vision can not be seen in the finished object, is the way to finally see some promising results. Even then it migh
Danny Duncombe truly amazes with his ‘As Above, So Below’ series. The clever name is based on a collection of sculptures that feature rounded, flat and slatted surfaces that defy a structured “this side up” appearance. Duncombe is a self taught ceramic sculptor based out of L
There’s that interesting intersection between nature and considered design that seems to be overlooked. Isamu Noguchi was a sculptor who had a particular fascination with referencing nature in his work, no doubt inspired by his Japanese heritage and his western influences. In fact, a number of
Just to keep you all updated on our progress with Makoto Asebi's pottery. All of his new work has now arrived in stock and we have updated the photography and stock in our online shop.
Brisbane-based artist Nicolette Johnson intrigued me with her series titled 'Topiaries' that's a meditation on botanical forms, symmetry in nature, and the tension between organic and man-made.
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.
Japanese artist Yoko Komae has a very distinct style and uses hand building technique to make stunning flowing, thin forms that rise up and have textured but natural looking surface.
Talented British potter Norman Yap makes these organic looking vessels which are produced in two separate collections, one being stoneware and the other porcelain.
Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson, a British artist living in Barcelona, experiments with a mixture of sculpture that's abstract, minimal and pure.