I want these ceramic hats to be perceived as exciting and unconventional project.
The material is not suited for making hats, it's heavy, hard and sometimes fragile. Luckily, it also has some very good features you won't find in other materials.
Marie Nouvelle is a luxury brand that promotes art in various forms and shapes. Behind the creative vision is a visual artist- painter and object designer, Maria Dermengiu.
It is an applied arts project in which all of the products embody...
This is a challenge I created for myself. I have never seen this done by another artist. My aim was to create a multi-part ceramic vessel on the wheel, that when constructed resembles a vase, but having each section be...
Exhibition in Museum of the Klodzko Land; Paintings - Urszula Wilk; Ceramic - Malgorzata Dyrda - Kujawska; 23.01.2015-23.03.2015
I buy old and kitschy porcelain figurines from flee markets and turn them into zombies. I love the clash between the cute (and boring) and the gruesome!
Just because street art is a relatively modern development doesn't mean that it should only feature modern artistic styles. NeSpoon, a street artist in Poland, creates beautiful pieces of street art that imitate traditional intricate lacework. Nespoon doesn't limit herself to...
I’m a ceramic designer that uses old, broken ceramics to make new, modern pieces by smashing them up and re-building them into a solid block form which is then cast in plaster.
Although you might think these sculptures by Christopher David White are made of wood, they are actually solid ceramic sculptures. Using clay as his medium, the US-based artist creates hyper-realistic sculptures through which he explores the relationship between nature, man and...
German artist Evelyn Bracklow has created a beautiful, traditional set of antique-style porcelain called “Chitins Gloss” with an unexpectedly playful twist – it looks like it's crawling with an army of ants. Fortunately, the ants are fake – each was painstakingly...
In his Living Clay series, Hong Kong-based Johnson Tsang uses masterfully-crafted fluid forms to bring otherwise mundane stoneware to life. The sculptor mixes ordinary crockery, traditional face sculpting and and expressive splashing motif to create sculptures that seem to be frozen...