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clé Launches Artist-Designed, Cement Tiles

Online tile destination clé has just launched a brand-new series of handmade encaustic cement tiles that were designed by carefully selected artist studios in Europe, South America, and the United States. The Artist Cement Collection features the work of artists, architects, designers, and sculptors from these 11 studios – ALT for Living, Boris Aldridge, Coletivo Muda, Deborah Osburn, Erica Tanov, Gachot Studios, John Whitmarsh, Michelle Weinberg, Ruan Hoffmann, Sarah & Ruby, and Smink Things. The range of the collection goes from bold geometric patterns to nature-inspired to typography, and everything in between, on 8″ x 8″ square and hexagon tiles that are pre-polished and pre-sealed so they can be used indoors or out, and on walls or floors. Here’s a sampling of some of our favorites:

Lagoa by Coletivo Muda

Lagoa by Coletivo Muda

Pattern 1 by Michelle Weinberg

Pattern 1 by Michelle Weinberg

Pattern 1 by Michelle Weinberg

Pattern 1 by Michelle Weinberg

Pattern 2 by Michelle Weinberg

Pattern 2 by Michelle Weinberg

Smink Things

Smink Things

Smink Things

Smink Things

Smink Things

Smink Things

Amsterdam Express by Ruan Hoffmann

Amsterdam Express by Ruan Hoffmann

Amsterdam Express by Ruan Hoffmann

Amsterdam Express by Ruan Hoffmann

Arrow Dynamic by Ruan Hoffmann

Arrow Dynamic by Ruan Hoffmann

Bio Circuit by Ruan Hoffmann

Bio Circuit by Ruan Hoffmann

Manuscript Letters by Deborah Osburn

Manuscript Letters by Deborah Osburn

Manuscript Letters by Deborah Osburn

Manuscript Letters by Deborah Osburn

Pattern 4 by Boris Aldridge

Pattern 4 by Boris Aldridge

Pattern 5 by Boris Aldridge

Pattern 5 by Boris Aldridge

Pattern 4 by Gachot Studios

Pattern 4 by Gachot Studios

Pattern 4 by Gachot Studios

Pattern 4 by Gachot Studios

Baccio by Erica Tanov

Baccio by Erica Tanov

Jacobson by Erica Tanov

Jacobson by Erica Tanov

Pattern 5 by Sarah and Ruby

Pattern 5 by Sarah and Ruby

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.