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Where Tin Meets Stoneware: The Brand New Heavies by David Taylor

Where Tin Meets Stoneware: The Brand New Heavies by David Taylor

Designer David Taylor is back with a container series entitled The Brand New Heavies, where he uses rarely combined materials like tin and s…
Magnetic Wall Sculptures Inspired by Origami from Constanze Schweda

Magnetic Wall Sculptures Inspired by Origami from Constanze Schweda

Remember when we featured the Curl Tables by Constanze Schweda earlier this year? They're back with three new pieces that were also inspired…
20+ Modern Christmas + Holiday Decorations

20+ Modern Christmas + Holiday Decorations

It's hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner, but, SURPRISE, here they are! So, we're kicking off the season with some of ou…
Ceramics for Plastics by Roos Gomperts

Ceramics for Plastics by Roos Gomperts

Feeling that the plastic parts that come as screw tops, buckets, and lids on everyday objects don't get the proper dues they deserve, artist…
Drew Tyndell Sculpture and Art

Drew Tyndell Sculpture and Art

I got word of Drew Tyndell via Lauren Gregg and I have to admit that I'm eying a piece for my own home.
Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Instead of painting with paint, British artist Benjamin Shine creates his portraits with tulle -- you know, that netting fabric that you see…
Tumbleweed 3D Trellis System by h2o architectes

Tumbleweed 3D Trellis System by h2o architectes

As soon as I hear the word 'tumbleweed' I immediately conjure up an image of a desert with those dry clusters rolling across the landscape a…
Dusty Diamonds by Anna Elzer Oscarson

Dusty Diamonds by Anna Elzer Oscarson

Dusty Diamonds is a collection of handmade stoneware with geometric relief patterns made by Swedish ceramicist Anna Elzer Oscarson. The limi…
Glass Prototypes by Daniele Fratarcangeli

Glass Prototypes by Daniele Fratarcangeli

Daniele Fratarcangeli is both a sculptor of glass and a teacher teaching his glass skills to others in San Diego, California. Each piece is …
Shrinking Jug by Dave Hakkens

Shrinking Jug by Dave Hakkens

Inspired by the fact that porcelain shrinks when you bake it, Eindhoven-based designer Dave Hakkens decided to explore the material with his…
Incredible Salt Installations by Motoi Yamamoto

Incredible Salt Installations by Motoi Yamamoto

Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto creates large-scale installations with the most unlikely medium - salt. When he was in his early 20s, he quit…
Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Hello Wood is a weeklong art camp in Hungary where 200 young people, led by various architects and designers, come together and create proje…
3D Origami by Jun Mitani

3D Origami by Jun Mitani

Jun Mitani might be a professor of computer science at the University of Tsukuba but I'm pretty sure he has a Ph.D. in paper folding. He wor…
Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia is a piece that was developed over a two-day period by artist Kim Harty. During the demonstration/performance, she dripped hot …
Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
Unframed
J Schatz Happening Curtain Captures the Sun

J Schatz Happening Curtain Captures the Sun

Jim Schatz is back with an indoor/outdoor hanging "curtain" made of translucent porcelain. Called Happening Curtains, these sun-capturing or…
Get Out!
Where Tin Meets Stoneware: The Brand New Heavies by David Taylor

Where Tin Meets Stoneware: The Brand New Heavies by David Taylor

Designer David Taylor is back with a container series entitled The Brand New Heavies, where he uses rarely combined materials like tin and s…
Magnetic Wall Sculptures Inspired by Origami from Constanze Schweda

Magnetic Wall Sculptures Inspired by Origami from Constanze Schweda

Remember when we featured the Curl Tables by Constanze Schweda earlier this year? They're back with three new pieces that were also inspired…
20+ Modern Christmas + Holiday Decorations

20+ Modern Christmas + Holiday Decorations

It's hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner, but, SURPRISE, here they are! So, we're kicking off the season with some of ou…
Ceramics for Plastics by Roos Gomperts

Ceramics for Plastics by Roos Gomperts

Feeling that the plastic parts that come as screw tops, buckets, and lids on everyday objects don't get the proper dues they deserve, artist…
Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Instead of painting with paint, British artist Benjamin Shine creates his portraits with tulle -- you know, that netting fabric that you see…
Tumbleweed 3D Trellis System by h2o architectes

Tumbleweed 3D Trellis System by h2o architectes

As soon as I hear the word 'tumbleweed' I immediately conjure up an image of a desert with those dry clusters rolling across the landscape a…
Dusty Diamonds by Anna Elzer Oscarson

Dusty Diamonds by Anna Elzer Oscarson

Dusty Diamonds is a collection of handmade stoneware with geometric relief patterns made by Swedish ceramicist Anna Elzer Oscarson. The limi…
Glass Prototypes by Daniele Fratarcangeli

Glass Prototypes by Daniele Fratarcangeli

Daniele Fratarcangeli is both a sculptor of glass and a teacher teaching his glass skills to others in San Diego, California. Each piece is …
Shrinking Jug by Dave Hakkens

Shrinking Jug by Dave Hakkens

Inspired by the fact that porcelain shrinks when you bake it, Eindhoven-based designer Dave Hakkens decided to explore the material with his…
Incredible Salt Installations by Motoi Yamamoto

Incredible Salt Installations by Motoi Yamamoto

Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto creates large-scale installations with the most unlikely medium - salt. When he was in his early 20s, he quit…
Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Tiger from Hello Wood 2012 Art Camp

Hello Wood is a weeklong art camp in Hungary where 200 young people, led by various architects and designers, come together and create proje…
3D Origami by Jun Mitani

3D Origami by Jun Mitani

Jun Mitani might be a professor of computer science at the University of Tsukuba but I'm pretty sure he has a Ph.D. in paper folding. He wor…
Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

Networktopia is a piece that was developed over a two-day period by artist Kim Harty. During the demonstration/performance, she dripped hot …
Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Countless Scraps – Amazing Sculpture by Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew’s curse-worthy sculpture (It's true! While taking these photographs I heard three different visitors swear in amazement when…
Unframed
J Schatz Happening Curtain Captures the Sun

J Schatz Happening Curtain Captures the Sun

Jim Schatz is back with an indoor/outdoor hanging "curtain" made of translucent porcelain. Called Happening Curtains, these sun-capturing or…
Get Out!

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