We take a look at Elyse Graham's Black Magic Collection which explores what's hidden beneath the surface, out of sight but always there.
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Sight Unseen OFFSITE 2017 proved to be the perfectly curated display of some of the best work of independent modern makers.
The duo behind NYC-based Material Lust, launch Orphan Works, a brand that utilizes orphaned materials.
A collection of objects that transcend time.
Daisuke Kitagawa was inspired by travel and the surrounding cityscapes we encounter along the way for his latest collection.
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.
Swiss design studio Diiis Designstudio changes gears and launches a series of new products with clever details.
A2 just unveiled a brand new collection of Scandinavian-inspired furniture for 2017 during Stockholm Design Week.
We found 10 modern products where designers utilized cork instead of a more conventional material.
A collection of acrylic vases with dyed interiors inspired by Art Print Impressionists of the 19th century.
Larose Paris partnered with sculptor David Umemoto to create a series of brutalist concrete vases.
A collection of unique vases made using eco-friendly resin while reducing waste to almost nothing.
Bottle-up transforms glass waste into functional hotel furniture.
We take a look back at our Deconstruction archives from 2016 to see just how our favorite designs come to fruition.
You don't think of ceramics as being able to morph into something else... until now.