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Designer Anna Elzer Oscarson, of Dusty Diamonds, is back with a beautiful new ceramic collection made in close collaboration with Porslinsfabriken i Lidköping, an original porcelain factory in Sweden. Named Dancing Dune, 3D technology is combined with manual craftsmanship to form unique objects with a one-of-a-kind glaze. Together, modern methods and industrial tradition work together to result in an everyday product that makes a distinct impression.

See Dancing Dune in action below:

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Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

Photo by Stylist/Photographer Daniella Witte

After surviving a quarter life crisis, Nanette went from working in healthcare canadian meds to pursuing her loves of design, food and writing. During the day she works in social media marketing, by night she writes for Design Milk. You can find more of her work at nanettewong.com.