Ceramics pick of the month – Nüüd Ceramics

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Last winter I gave a trend talk at the Academy of Arts in Tallin, Estonia. I still remember very well the public academy (made me think on how important it is to have art academies as public institutions) and its amazing building, the first digital black board I got to write on and a very creative student crowd. Ever since, I …

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The imaginative ceramics by Irina Razumovskaya

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Today we want to introduce you to the imaginative ceramics by Russian artist Irina Razumovskaya, whose encounter with art started when she was as little as 5 years old and with regular visits to the Hermitage Museum and the Kustodiev Art School the following year. Irina was never too fond of Russian “cliché” cultural attributes. But after some time living in the UK, …

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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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A playful act by ceramics artist Julen Ussia

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As we know by now, the general perception that our everyday spaces – figuratively and not - shrink, push a need for multi-functioning and flexible elements that make our life easier but also, add a more profound meaning to our life. Today, we would like to introduce you to a young Spanish talent who Gudy mentioned as well in her last …

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Ceramics pick of the month: Coral Ceramics by Courtney Mattison 

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Courtney Mattinson's coral ceramics installation is a reflection on our changing seas. When asking creatives about their source of inspiration, you will often receive the answer, that nature has an immense impact on so many. It is only comprehensible, as probably most of us will know this feeling. Nature’s reservoir of treasures is overwhelming and some of us might remember a …

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Ceramics pick of the month – BUBBLEGRAPHY by Oddness

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If you have a bit of ceramics knowledge yourself, you always wonder when discovering a different glaze finishing, how on earth could this have been made? BUBBLEGRAPHY is a series of ceramic vases finished with a soap glaze. Now, what exactly is a soap glaze? By blowing are into the glaze and in doing so creating bubbles in which they are dipped, this …

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