Ocean Primitive – Ceramic Creations by Patricia Ribet
Influenced by primitive art, alongside Japanese aesthetics, Patricia has been incorporating these in to her own stoneware creations under the studio name 'Ocean Primitive'.
Danish Ceramic Designer Mette Duedahl
Creative Mette Duedahl has designed these beautiful stoneware objects by using a casting method. The final pieces have some great tones and textures, alongside a contemporary feel.
Semi Porcelain Stoneware Vessels by Stuart Carey
London's Shoreditch based potter Stuart Carey has experimented with an alternative to standard porcelain clay, a semi porcelain stoneware for his collection of tableware.
Rina Menardi’s Handmade Stoneware
Rina has been experimenting with ceramics since 1980. One source of inspiration is nature itself, using a combination of block colour and clean lines to create pure form.
Fluted Stoneware by TORTUS Copenhagen
Founded by Karin Blach Nielsen, Eric and Justin Landon, TORTUS hopes to make vessels that have timeless beauty. These 'fluted stoneware' pieces are wonderfully organic.
Flow Jugs by Ceramic Artist Kate Schuricht
These ‘Flow Jugs’ by British ceramic artist Kate Schuricht are very special indeed. Visually impressive, the vessels have a striking appearance, combined with a delicacy thanks to the thin walls.
Handthrown Stoneware by Kazakes Ceramics
Andrew Kazakes ceramics are an interesting mix of spontaneity and function. The works that intrigue me the most are those that play on two worlds, almost simplistic and refined but have added character.
Functional Ceramics by Derek Wilson
I’m a sucker for those intricate details, when I see imagery up-close of ceramics for example I get incredibly inspired by the handmade features. It’s particularly appealing for me when what looks quite simple and refined from afar, has real clarity and purity when seen up-close or held. Derek W
Beloved Pots by Swedish Potter Stefan Andersson
Our good friend, and fellow maker in the store, Stefan Andersson recently unveiled his new catalogue from his upcoming solo exhibition at Blås & Knåda in Stockholm, Sweden. Running from the 16th of March to the 10th of April, he’ll be showcasing a new collection titled ‘Beloved Pots’ that’
Finishing with Potter Koichi Ohara
Currently I'm experiencing withdrawal symptoms from the potters wheel, as the studio we attend locally is closed while the owner takes a well deserved holiday. Although I can't actually get involved myself for a few weeks I've been enjoying watching others undertake the process earlier today, so hop
Works by Verónica Jaramillo’s Ceramic Workshop
I've been on a serious hunt for some ceramics over the past week or so. I didn't want to settle for something of lesser quality, that's not my style, and it wasn't really on my list to pull a selection from Japan again since I've turned to there a lot lately in search of inspiration. So I took an in
Craft at Japanese Store Jikonka
As I'm sure a lot of you know from previous posts that I'm quite the avid reader, I always purchase more books than I can handle but each one goes in to my bookcase or office with the intention of being read. One thing I don't buy usually is books that are fictional, most of the ones I purchase are