Designed by Martín Azúa and made with the collaboration of the ceramist Marc Vidal.
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.
This project is about police torture, a widespread practice in contemporary Ukraine.
Kintsugi is the craft in which chipped, cracked or broken ceramic pieces are repaired using a combination of urushi (lacquer) and rice glue. This process inadvertently results in a decoration, the form of which is dictated by the breakage the piece has suffered. Powdered gold is usually applied to the repaired patch or seam before the urushi has set, although less embellished repairs can be made by using urushi alone, materials used do vary. Kintsugi can also be applied to glass. Larger repairs are sometimes enhanced by the later application of decorative patterns or illustrations painted with urushi or a fine grade of powdered metal, in a technique known as maki-e.
Monos voladores, ovnis, robots y monstruos marinos son parte de los geniales diseños de los platos Calamityware creados por Don Moyer.
Ria Leigh is a textile and ceramic artist whose work focuses on form, function, and color. Her work is situated within a matrilineal succession of makers and is influenced by her research on ancient cultural iconography, esoteric symbolism, pioneer practicality & Bauhaus ideology.
Las curiosas esculturas en cerámica de la artista Katharine Morling que simulan ser bidimensionales.
The Ceramic Flask is a newly designed drinking flask made with quarter inch ceramic white slip cast and accented with 2 leather straps, brass stud and brass button.
STEREOTYPISM is the new line of dishes from Casalinghe di Tokyo. The graphics are handled by Basik and Martina Merlini. The gestural expressiveness is at the base of the collection illustrated in a minimal and graphic key.
mpgmb is Marie-Pier Guilmain and Maud Beauchamp’s new joint venture. Based in Montréal, Canada, mpgmb embraces a multidisciplinary approach to design, extracting and fusing ideas from a wide range of sources. The duo does not deliberately forge references; instead, it uses these to develop its own language.
MISMAAKT es una serie de jarrones de cerámica hechos a mano inspirados en la belleza imperfecta de la naturaleza.
A multiuse container/table center-piece, made by raw granite stone and ceramic by Giulio Parini.
As a deeper appreciation and understanding of craftsmanship continues to permeate our culture, it becomes more and more challenging as a consumer to identify value—something that is now more often about personal appeal, rather than price. When holding a handmade item, we relate to the energy, creativity and effort that went into making it, all three of which are evident in the work of ceramicist Helen Levi.
Featuring Chris Smith and Jane Murray-Smith of Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada.
An Anagama is a wood fire kiln used in traditional japanese pottery where the gas and ash act as a natural glazing agent for ceramics. This short documentary features Clayton Amemiya, a Hawaii-born artist who was originally taught in Okinawa by sensei Seisho Kuniyoshi.
Clayton has been perfecting his Anagama technique for 40 years and become a master craftsman of this japanese art form.
High Gloss balances thoughtful proportions with a graphic sensibility to resolve a collection of artful objects. All pieces are wheel-thrown or hand-built in Brooklyn, New York.