Artist Amy Victoria Marsh Creates Tiny And Playful Minimalistic Ceramics – Design You Trust

Artist Amy Victoria Marsh Creates Tiny And Playful Minimalistic Ceramics

Amy Victoria Marsh makes adorable minimalist ceramic items using a simple color palette and a lot of creativity. She lives and works in Manchester, England and her creations range from sculptures of women to tiny cups and glasses and many other things.

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Marsh spoke to It’s Nice That about how she found inspiration for her work when she was visiting Japan in 2016. “From the typography found everywhere, to the personification of most objects, the Japanese have a unique take on design, which I find hugely inspiring.”

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