December 23, 2012
MERRY CHRISTMAS (for those who celebrate it) and BEST WISHES for everyone!


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August 3, 2012
INTRODUCING L’ATELIER DES GARÇONS

   

Ceramic works by French ceramicists, Jean-Marc Fondimare and Eric Hibelot, A.K.A. L’Atelier des Garçons (Amand en Puisaye - France)

www.latelierdesgarcons.com

June 22, 2012
INTRODUCING NADIA FAVA

     

Creations (prints, ceramics, illustration) by Italian illustrator/artist, Nadia Fava, A.K.A. Atelier Gilet.

www.etsy.com/shop/AtelierGilet

http://ateliergilet.wordpress.com

June 13, 2012
LIGHT AS A FEATHER

     

Ceramics by BOOKHOU (A.K.A. John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj), Toronto / Canada.

www.shopbookhou.com

May 1, 2012
SIGH…………………………………………………

   

Latest delicate porcelain creations by Amercian ceramicist, Cynthia Vardhan.

www.cynthiavardhan.com

April 10, 2012
IF YOU ARE IN OR VISIT MILAN

    

Exhibition of Paula Juchem’s porcelain plates at The Gallery Milano during the FUORI SALONE 2012, zona Ventura Lambrate.

www.paulajuchem.com

April 9, 2012
INTRODUCING HAYDEN YOULLEY

   

Creations by Australian designer, Hayden Youlley. In order from top to bottom: The Paper series / The Tree Light / The I.M Light.

http://haydenyoulley.com

March 10, 2012
FOREVER SPRINGTIME

   

The Garden range from Australian designers / ceramicists, Angus & Celeste.

http://angusandceleste.com.au 

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March 5, 2012
'BEST NEW GIFT' WINNER!

 

Winner of best new gift product at London´s Top Drawer Spring 2012, each of KRASZNAI’s Talqual vases are unique, featuring contrasts in the untreated character of the bare ceramic against bright splashes of coloured glazes coating the inside of each vase. It is this inimitable artisan quality plus excellent craftsmanship that awarded KRASZNAI
the prize at the show last month. The handmade production techniques of these vases make use of the old moulds used for KRASZNAI’s Arms and Crafts collection. The moulds, which become more damaged and imperfect with each use, are what create the unique character of each vase. As Roger, designer and producer, says “All the imperfections are visible in each vase, the mould has it’s own life, a story”. Roger created this collection in the summer of 2011, to show how beauty can be found in imperfect works. His addition of the coloured glazes on the inside of the vases attract attention and bring
the vases to life, in much the same way as some plants and animals do in nature. Each vase features contrasts in textures, colours and the old and new, yet no two vases look, or feel, the same. Whilst looking delicate, the quality of production is evident in every vase. Yet, despite the readily apparent level of care and time that has been put into each piece, the vases are priced affordably, making them popular since their launch at the end of last year. Anyone interested in handmade, unique ceramic works is sure to find beauty in the Talqual vases. And with work already in progress on a new collection for 2012, we can’t wait to see what new interpretations of beauty KRASZNAI will delight us with next.

www.krasznai.co.uk

February 1, 2012
LESS IS MORE

     

Ceramic creations by French ceramicist, Alain Chaigneau. Above pieces all from the Liste de mariage de Ninon et Loïc series.

www.alainchaigneau-ceramiques.com

January 10, 2012
POWER FLOWER

     

Gorgeous ceramic creations by French stylist / artist, Lise Meunier.

http://lise-meunier.blogspot.com

January 1, 2012
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!

'Stavasen' by Danish ceramicist, Lars Rank (featured in the new Artisans book - http://www.thamesandhudson.com/9780500515853.html)

www.rank.dk

December 9, 2011
INTRODUCING ELISABETTA GENDRE

         

Nostalgie du Futur hand-made ceramic landscape by Swiss ceramicist, Elisabetta Gendre.

www.elisabettagendre.ch

December 5, 2011
INTRODUCING SAMANTHA ROBINSON

    

Ceramics from Australian ceramicist Samantha Robinson, and view of her Double Bay, Sydney shop. 

http://samantharobinson.com.au

November 11, 2011
LOOK-ALIKES

    

Sandstone sculptures from the Branches series by French ceramicists, Brune Céramiques.

www.brune-ceramiques.com