I got gripped by Weckery‘s simplicity today!
Focus is not on colors really, more in little details in textures and shades and pure shapes. How about that pitcher, huh? So stunning!
Plus, high contrast pictures are also always my favorite. ;)
Also, I am taking a porcelain throwing class at Atelier Make right now, and love it so. I took pottery classes in the past, using a different kind of clay, the more terracotta color one, which I found easier. Porcelain has been my favorite for a while tho, so I’m extra-stoked!
Obviously, my class pieces (below) are not yet cooked nor glazed, but still, I think they look quite nice! To be followed… ;)
Someone shared this video on Twitter (the beauty is created by Oscar Liedgren), and I fell in love with Karin Eriksson’s (Manos Pottery Studio) work all over again!
You’ve probably seen her work around the web in the past several years, if you’re even remotely interested in anything clay. But it’s even more awesome paired with these images of her working her art!
From decor to accessories, Poast has no limits to what it can do with porcelain. Little houses as their shapes of choice, their offered items are dainty and cute!
Wear a house? Hell yeah! :)
I am just in love with this ceramic find! B. Fiess‘ composition sculptures are great, but I have a soft spot for the utilitarian jars, which are shut close with cork and rubber. So cool!!
Buy online on Leif.
Via } Design*Sponge
Over at Ingleside, they create pottery pieces, while clearly thinking about nature. Suspended planters for moss and air plants, I like.
Contact the seller for out of the US shipping quotes! :)
These are bowls and a vase. But who are we kidding, they are actually sculptures. Patiently and delicately carved gorgeous porcelain sculptures by Isabelle Abramson.
So pretty I could faint.
Whether it be decorative (loving those branches!) or pretty practicality (salt & pepper shakers, anyone?), Roberta Polfus‘s attention to detail is intense! Bringing nature to porcelain, I’d say that’s a big WIN! :)
Apparently I can’t get enough of the faceted objects these day! And totally found my fix this morning with Koukla!
Complex simplicity. In pottery. What could be better that that, right? :)
The Ranch likes to use rich textures to enhance their stoneware. And it work beautifully!
Great little patterns, sweet colors, wonderful lids ans shapes, makes you fight against the impulse purchase!
I love when Mitsy (ArtMind) and Anna (annarubyking) collaborate on projects, because they both enhance each other’s work with their special touches!
They just launched a new series of pieces called North Story, featuring cute little rings and earrings and brooches. LOVE!!!
Her name is Caroline Swift.
And I just feel like gently touching her wonderful porcelain pieces when I look at these…
And that made me think of this classic song from Neil Diamond. I couldn’t help the little link here ;)
Not only her work is splendid (spoons, omg.), but her pictures are just stunning! Visual bliss.
Via } Mon Carnet – Eva Juliet
Everyone who knows me knows I have a thing for handmade pottery! It is no exception for Jason Russell‘s work!
Simple (but not so frequent) shapes, great hues of blues and yellows contrast with the terracotta orange clay. All cute little vessels for your serving (or displaying) needs!
Also, those rustic looking photos just melt my heart. <3
Porcelain Beaver Skull with gold teeth, by Beetle And Flor.
You know how I looooooove pottery! I don’t know why, but today I had the instinct of searching for sales (always nice!) and seconds (which have small defects, and I personally think they add uniqueness to the item!) in the pottery section of Etsy.
Check out my fab discounted finds! Don’t you want them alllllll? :D
Sparrow vase, by Pretty Random Objects.
Teal spinner, by Romi Ceramics.
Crafty buttons, by Kylie Parry.
Porcelain ginko leaf necklace, by Tashamck.
Tooled vase, by Brooklyn Pottery.
Serving plate, by Kim Westad.