Ceramicist Of The Month: Ceri Muller

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I am thinking of the Tactility Trend these days. How might it change now that many of us are two months into confinement? How much softer has it to be? And do we need to go back to rawer design again? Is austerity the new look? Meanwhile, we found Cape Town-based creative Ceri Muller and her fingerprint ceramics which must be very …

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Eny Lee Parker’s #stayhome miniature home clay project

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New creativity has been sprung these days, with millions of people staying home. We'd like to share today Eny Lee Parker's miniature home clay project she initiated on her IG feed with much participation. Before we do, you might want to learn that the Instagram hashtag #dollhouse has 1.6 million posts and #miniature has 4.3 million, we see a trend emerge …

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Ceramicist of the month: Cecil Kemperink

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This time the ceramicist of the month is Cecil Kemperink, a Dutch artist who uses ceramics as her medium of expression. Cecil was fascinated by art from a very young age and started to study fashion but soon realized she needed a discipline that would allow her to experiment with a broader range of materials. So, she switched to visual arts. …

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Ceramics Pick Of The Month: Yuko Nishikawa

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Yuko Nishikawa is a Japanese born ceramic artist, based in New York. She aims to use ceramics as a medium to enhance feelings. Yuko wants to makes you feel "piku-piku", a Japanese onomatopoeia word that refers to involuntary movements caused by accidental contact. Her mission is to make you feel "piku-piku", which means to tickle something inside you. 1//Her background: Yuko Nishikawa …

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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 about how important it is to have art academies as public institutions) and its amazing building, the first digital blackboard I got to write on, and a very creative student crowd. Ever since, I feel …

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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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