Desert Collection by Helen Levi

Helen Levi has created these beautiful ceramics that are a mixture of porcelain and stoneware. Advertisements

Memphis Collection by Stilleben

Danish ceramic design duo Stilleben have created the new collection Memphis. Taking inspiration from traditional earthenware, contemporary graphic lines and a dash of Memphis.

Tortus Copenhagen

In the centre of Copenhagen, in a small backyard lies the ceramic design studio Tortus Copenhagen. Led by ceramicists Eric Landon and Karin Blach Nielsen, the studio creates ceramics with focus on sensible textures and beautiful glazes.

Silt tea set by VW+BS

London, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur based design studio VW+BS has created the Silt Tea Set.

Color Collision Project by Kirsten Van Noort

Deutch designer Kirsten Van Noort experiments with chemistry and ceramics and create amazingly exciting processes and not least results. One of her projects Color Collision experiments with red cabbage glaze and how it changes colour depending of the PH value of the surroundings.

Ceramics by Studio Joo

    Studio Joo is a little Brooklyn based ceramics studio run by Elaine Tian. Working with paper, porcelain and stoneware, Elaine creates both lighting objects as well as vases and bowls.

Ceramics by Tina Marie Bentsen

Stumbled upon these ceramics by Tina Marie Bentsen in one of my favorite shops Designer Zoo in Copenhagen the other day, and thought I’d share with you.

Maison et Objet 2013: Agnes Vases from Normann Copenhagen

Agnes Fries has designed the Agnes Vase Collection for Normann Copenhagen. Initially a part of the Danish Crafts Collection in 2012, danish label Norman Cph has now taken them into their collection. The vases are white with black graphic hand painted strokes applied to the top of the vase. This means all the vases are … Continue reading

Chapeau by Milia Seyppel

German designer Milia Seyppel has designed a series of ceramics named Chapeau. Chapeau are beautifully finished with matt pastel colours on the outside and glossy on the inside. The shapes have a lovely poetic language. Milia showed at the Salone Satellite during last month furniture fair in Milan. Milia describes Chapeau, “CHAPEAU understands serving food … Continue reading

Milan 2012 Preview: Block Vases by Nendo

  Bringing one’s thoughts back to the joy of LEGO blocks, much-acclaimed practice Nendo by Oki Sato has recently unveiled their latest series of products which are to be launched as part of the 1% Collection during the upcoming edition of Milan Furniture Fair 2012. Among them, this series of minimalist, stackable vases called Block. Available in four different … Continue reading