Ceramics pick of the month: Turi Heisselberg

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We found the last image of this post and immediately thought of 3D print. To our surprise, Danish ceramicist Turi Heisselberg builds her pieces all by hand and we are happy share her work between object and artwork in our Ceramicist of the month series. She has been working on different series and shapes as you can observe below but always …

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When actual dreams become 3D art by Studio Brasch

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Probably one of the most attractive features about 3D rendering is the fact that you can freely imagine and create moods with little to no restrictions, translate these into places and objects and just play until it feels right. This exact freedom of playfulness is a great asset for a designer, but also a very welcoming visual stimuli for a …

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Rebecca Louise Law’s suspended dried flowers installation

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Rebecca Louise Law has designed and created a suspended installation composed by dried and fresh plant materials suspended from the ceiling of Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. ‘Community’ is an inverted garden designed to be an inviting, enchanting celebration of nature and the connection humanity has to it. At the same time, her work honors the local community. The artwork title, …

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Mediterranean vibes in Sarah Ellison’s new tiles collection

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This is why we’d like to share Sarah Ellison’s cement tiles collection: 1// In a nutshell: Sarah Ellison's new tiles collection for Teranova was inspired by the Australian interior stylist's travels to the Mediterranean and other coastal locations. The result are these encaustic cement tiles of strong graphic look that can suit the atmosphere of Australian homes. After working quite a few years for one of …

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Playful tiles design by Cristina Celestino x Fornace Brioni

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We have been in love with Cristina Celestino’s work since we first spotted her at the Salone del Mobile in 2016. Her work has always such a great visual impact, undoubtedly for the Italian designer’s ability of merging together past and present in a vivid color language. Today we want to focus on Giardino delle delizie, on the playful tiles design by …

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Sublime wood sculptures and objects by Ariele Alasko

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The sublime wood sculptures and everyday object by Ariele Alasko represent an ode to the happy encounter between man and nature, a fusion of poetry and utility. As daughter of the “social era”, it was through Instagram that her work became known to the great public. Initially it was more utilitarian objects like cutlery – the hand-shaped serving spoon is quite iconic, or the graphic …

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