The amazing crystal cups by Katie Marks.
A Tale of Plant & Pot is a dialogue between Adam Silverman and Kohei Oda and their work, two talented makers that share a mutual love of the beauty to be found in the perfectly imperfect. The strangely beautiful glazes and finishes of Adam Silverman’s pots are both challenging and rewarding in equal measure. For A Tale of Plant & Pot he focused on that most basic element of nature: the earth, knowing that each pot would then be presented to Kohei Oda to complete the story that he had begun. Kohei Oda’s philosophy has always been to work with plants that have personality, using rare and grafted cactus (connecting two pieces of living plant tissue together to grow as one composite plant) creating hybrid specimens that capture the beauty and potential in each perceived imperfection.
Qian Yang hace joyas a partir de figuritas rotas de porcelana reparándolas con “parches” de oro, inspirándose de la técnica japonesa llamada Kintsugi.
Handcraft designed and produced with love in Nove, Italy. Each Domsai has its own personality, each cactus has its own dome, tailor made and blowed, that differentiates it from the others.
Ben Medansky is a Los Angeles-based ceramicist originally hailing from the blue skies of Scottsdale, Arizona. His functional wares and objects d-art are inspired by architectural structures, industrial processes, and Memphis design.
The main idea behind Upon-tea pot was to make/transform preparing and serving tea primarily to a visual experience.
Los preciosos jarrones con un estilo totalmente setentero diseñados por Valentina Cameranesi Sgroi y hechos por artesanos de Véneto, Italia.
Los recipientes abstractos, deformes, casi pictóricos, de la escultora especializada en la cerámica Kathy Butterly.
A collection of areniscos made north of the catalan coast. This coast is full of different beaches with various kinds of sands. Here there are some pieces made by Victor Castanera at some of these places: Cala Estreta, Platja Fonda, Illa Roja, Platja del Castell…
Los preciosos platos de José A. Roda llenos de iconos de la música y del arte.
Rami Kim is an artist and maker. With her background in animation, her work is whimsical and poetic. She loves working with puppets, paper, watercolor, gouache and lastly, clay, which has led her to a whole new adventure.
La preciosa explosión de colores y absoluta irregularidad de las cerámicas hechas por Jennie Jieun Lee.
Exogenous is an experimental process to shape concrete through a flexible and appropriable way.
Fear, disgust, fascination and admiration. This very interplay of feelings constitutes the charm of the Evelyn Bracklow work.
Saskia Roberts is a womenswear fashion and accessories designer, and recent graduate of Kingston University London, finishing with a first class BA (Hons) degree in Fashion Design. Saskia thrives in a creative working environment, with an enthusiastic and motivated approach, and a keen eye for detail. With a particular interest in craft and textiles, Saskia aims to create wearable garments that are exciting on both a tactile and visual level, combined with an essence of the ‘hand-crafted’ and ‘hand-finished’. Saskia is also an enthusiastic accessories designer, and for her final collection designed a series of ceramic cuffs, terracotta bags and moulded fabric clutches to accompany and enhance her collection looks, as well as stand alone as objects.
Esta serie de floreros fabricados en cerámica esmaltada, están inspirados en los tradicionales tríos de música mexicana. Su estética refleja la esencia, aspecto y personalidad de cada uno de los integrantes de alguna de esta agrupaciones. Donde encontramos al simpático gordito, seguido del vocalista fortachón líder de la banda y en la retaguardia al tímido y delgado guitarrista. Como una abstracción de la vestimenta de estas agrupaciones que se conforma de saco y corbatín. Las piezas cerámicas presentan un corte distintivo en la parte frontal.
Las bonitas cerámicas de la ilustradora y diseñadora de patrones neoyorkina Leah Reena Goren.
A solution to food presentation monotony; a modular tray with 20 individual magnetised compartments that can be mixed and matched together, resulting in the perfect formation for any given meal.
Keramos is a modular container with a ceramic shell which makes it immediately recognizable, and which reminds us of the terracotta jars, par excellence containers in human history, which preserved over time their contents. Keramos is a special, not ordinary, piece of furniture, container of precious things which needs to be preserved more than contained.