Designer Victoriya Yakusha goes back to her Ukrainian roots to create this collection.
Our own editor Katie Treggiden has released her 3rd book exploring the contemporary urban ceramics movement around the world.
A collection of earthenware with a glazed texture that resembles water beading on a surface.
How two people took their date-night pottery classes and turned them into a successful online business.
Max Lamb gives Bitossi Ceramiche's age-old techniques a contemporary spin with a trio of colorful vases with a unique zigzag pattern.
The porcelain handle hugs this cup like a piercing; a nod to the culture of adornment and body art.
Ceramic vessels and vases that look like they jumped out of your computer screen.
Giving things like bricks, manhole covers, and pipes new life, StolenForm turns them into sculptural pieces that also have a function.
A collection that merges primary colors and geometric shapes for a series of ceramic mugs and saucers inspired by the Bauhaus.
Alissa Volchkova explores production processes in her colorful and organic collection of slip cast and dye dripped bowls.
We take a look back at our Deconstruction archives from 2016 to see just how our favorite designs come to fruition.
We take a 2nd look at the delectable goodies and food-centric eye treats our friends at Pinch Food Design shared this year.
We searched out some gift ideas for all of your friends and family members that are new homeowners.
A ceramic set meant to create a tactile tea experience.
First look and opportunity to snag an early edition of OTHR’s newest release, a porcelain dish with a unique, functional detail.
Abstract teaware inspired by nature and art.