Tag Archive: ceramics

Your sink can be a work of art.

Hand-make and wheel-thrown by artist Brigette Kinney of Dragons Breath Pottery. Incidentally, she makes her own glazes, which is the only way to be sure of what’s in them.  

Pretty pottery for trees.

Lovely urban ceramic jewelry for trees, by artist NeSpoon in Poland. Source: Unurth Street Art


It is a miniature planet that has fallen to Earth? Or representation of the surface of the sun? Nope. Sponge ceramic lamps for indoors and outdoors, handmade by Pott in Spain. Source /… Continue reading

How to be a ceramic hair stylist.

And other cool things like adding age to a face, or mental unbalance, even how to sculpt fingers. Instruction by French sculptor Philippe Faraut, who works in clay, terra cotta, bronze, and marble.… Continue reading

Vortexes, waves, nests and eggs.

From start to finish, all thrown by hand, and altered and carved, one at a time, by Jennifer McCurdy. (Doesn’t the first one remind you of the Olympic Flame? Kinda? 🙂 ) Jennifer… Continue reading

Things that make you go hmmmmm…

Ceramic art by Kate McDowell. Source / Desi Colours

Leaves, ‘shrooms, and bark, oh my.

Decorative ceramic stone wear inspired by nature. Designed and handmade by Joan Hardie of Bitter Beck Pottery. Wall piece, large plane leaf collage Wall piece, sycamore collage Vessel, burdock vase Sculptural pieces, mushrooms… Continue reading

Big foot.

Fresh from the kiln, the giant ceramic foot… …that belongs to one of the gigantic walking legs that were slated to be at the International Horticultural Exposition 2011 in Xi’an. Okay, that’s huge.… Continue reading

Serve food in a rainbow.

Hand-formed, hand-pressed and bisque-fired, with each square individually glazed. That is a LOT of work. Large Rainbow square Serving Bowl by Jennifer @JMN Pottery

Looks like a hollowed out geode!

But it is wheel-thrown out of porcelaneous stoneware clay, coated with a special Lava Textured Glaze on the outside and the artist’s trademark metallic crackle finish on the inside. Safe for serving light… Continue reading

Origami you cannot fold.

Étude Géométrique “origami” ceramics by Belgian artist Ann Van Hoey.

Dress to impress.

Decorated white earthenware inspired by Indian patchwork and embroidery. Impressed and applied technique by Pollie and Garry Uttley Ceramics.

A great jellyfish migration.

Molded and slip casted ceramics by Alissa Coe and Carly Waito of coe & waito.

Waves, twists, and fragments. Oh my.

Ceramic sculpture by London-born Matthew Chambers. Eclipse Increase Nest

Ron Philbeck deco jar.

From this year’s firing. Source: Ron Philbeck on Pinterest

Ceramic stiletto shoe ornaments.

You read that right, these are freestanding ceramic sculptures, fired in platinum with a black detail. Ridiculously cute. Source: Twizzles

A heart in your hands.

White crackle Raku pottery heart by Marie at the Throwing Shop. Source / Etsy.com

The pods are invading! They’re coming to get us!

Not really, don’t panic. 🙂 They started as lathed wood prototypes and were ceramic-casted, SO cool. Golly Pots by Jason Lane. Source / Tending To It

Is it a plant, or is it stonewear?

It’s both. 🙂 Ceramic sculptures by Frances Doherty, the Ceramic Gardener. (purple pom pom) (lime green pom pom) (thistle) (towering bells) (scarlet bottle brush)

Li Xiaofeng. I love him.

I posted about this here coat a few days ago. Can’t get over this artist! (the dress is wearable) Sources / Lacoste Polo Shirt / Broken Porcelain in fashion / Discovered: A Qing… Continue reading

Oops!!! It happens.

heheh I like. “Accident.” Source / Jeremy at ricochet studio

You couldn’t sneak up on anybody in this coat.

Kidding, it’s not for wearing LOL Made out of traditional Chinese ceramics shards sewn over leather, made by artist Li Xiaofeng. Xiaofeng uses mostly Song, Ming, Yuan, and Qing Dynasty ceramics for his… Continue reading