With so many new arrivals it can be easy to overlook some of the other artist’s that we have been supporting for a while. Japanese potter Keisuke Okazaki’s work always leaves me in awe with his perfect, thin ceramics that are stippled using brushes and sponges to reflect the ‘wabi
Sencha 150 Teapot White by Nankei We are pleased to announce that our first shipment of work by Nankei has now arrived and we will start shipping them out this week to all of those who pre-ordered. These wonderful works are something to marvel at. So light and exquisitely accurate in their productio
Motivated by the desire to replace their own crockery, which was neither practical nor aesthetically pleasing, designers Léa and Nicolas designed their first functional objects: A bowl, double-walled cups, a coffee pot and a fermentation pot. The result was a range of sleek, polished pieces, all fo
I’m absolutely in awe of the sense of expressiveness and creativity found in these porcelain pieces by Atsushi Kitahara. Currently based in Germany, Atsushi is a freelance ceramicist who crafts all of his works by hand. His style is characterised by these forms that tend to mix simplicity with
We’ve covered the Bauhaus extensively here and many of the architects and designers who worked at this famous design school. The integration of craft and design was so important and ripples can still be felt today. We ourselves reference many of thoughts and ideologies that derived from this s
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.
Shinobu Hashimoto, a Japanese potter based in Sapporo, Hokkaido has recently sent a new shipment of ceramics for us to stock in the shop, a selection of vases, cups and teapots.
Working in collaboration with experienced glass makers, designer Paul Loebach has been able to produce a double-walled teapot and cup that eliminate the need for a handle.
South Korean Artist Kiho Kang creates these fantastic looking vessels by coiling and pinching clay, working on them in stages to create striking geometric forms that have an architectural quality.
A potter that always gives me a distinct feeling is craftsman Katsufumi Baba, picking up his work makes me think of nature itself, he has a great skill for balancing asymmetry with touch.