No Cat Lover Will Be Able To Resist These Cozy Curled-Up Cats As Decorative Ceramic Plates

No Cat Lover Will Be Able To Resist These Cozy Curled-Up Cats As Decorative Ceramic Plates

Cat and beautiful ceramics lovers listen up because this one’s for you! This Russian artist creates mesmerizing, one-of-a-kind tableware that’s a perfect gift to any cat fan out there. The cats are depicted in a cozy curled-up position and the plates come in a range of sizes. Continue reading »

Fan Yanting’s Minimalistic Ceramics Come With Adorable Faces

Fan Yanting's Minimalistic Ceramics Come With Adorable Faces

Everything gets much cuter when you add a face to it, don’t you think? Taiwanese artist Fan Yanting does just that to the minimalistic ceramic items he makes. His mugs, vases, and vessels gain emotion through faces he sculpts on them. The artist never tries to decide which emotion he will show on a certain item. Continue reading »

Artist Amy Victoria Marsh Creates Tiny And Playful Minimalistic Ceramics

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. Continue reading »

This Artist Creates Detailed Glass And Ceramic Artwork Inspired By Nature

This Artist Creates Detailed Glass And Ceramic Artwork Inspired By Nature

According to an artist Miss Wondersmith: “Wouldn’t it be amazing to stumble on a fairytale picnic in the woods and be invited to join? Have you ever wanted to go on a *real* treasure hunt for buried treasure hidden by codes and clues? Those examples may sound fantastical, but as Miss Wondersmith, it is my goal to make them a reality!” Continue reading »

Artist Courtney Mattison Sculpts Colossal Ceramic Coral Reefs

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In celebration of the exotic beauty of coral reefs and emphasizing the threats they face, artist Courtney Mattison sculpts large-scale ceramic installations that look to environmental science and biology for creative inspiration. the third in the series of oversized reef sculptures is ‘Our Changing Seas III’ — a monumental wall piece made using simple tools, like chopsticks and paint brushes, where each individual element is carefully shaped and textured by hand. Mattison mimics the repetitive growth of coral colonies by poking thousands of holes into some of the pieces, whereas others are made to resemble delicate, branch-like structures Continue reading »

Ceramic Dragon Oil Lamp For The Mother Of Dragons

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Here is a sculpture of a fire breathing dragon. His belly is hollow, and torch oil can be put inside. By adjusting the thickness of the wick you can set how big the flame to be. As a piece of decoration it can be placed anywhere indoors. For lighting purposes it’s better to use it outdoors because depending on the oil you use, there can be smoke and soot around the flame. Continue reading »

Stirring The Swarm: A Horde Of 10,000 Ceramic Beetles Crawl Across Gallery Walls

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Like the Pied Piper of Hamelin, UK artist Anna Collette Hunt leads swarms of 10,000 ceramic insects in a traveling exhibition that first appeared several years ago in the towers of Wollaton Hall, England, home to a significant natural history collection. Continue reading »

Low Pixel CG: The Playful Ceramic Artwork Of Toshiya Masuda

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When you say the words pottery or ceramics most people will think of earthy clay and glazes. Images of old vessels that hold flowers, or used as tableware, might come to mind. On the other side of the spectrum are computer graphics and digital art, a wholly intangible media that’s made of bits and bytes. Combine these two vastly different fields and you get what artist Toshiya Masuda calls “image gap.” Continue reading »

This Designer Creates Beautiful And Delicate Ceramic Flowers

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A selection of the ceramic sculptures of the American artist and designer Angela Schwer, aka Dilly Pad, who creates handmade flowers, plants, fungi, or even corals with a rare fineness. Continue reading »

Pansy Ass Ceramic

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Two Toronto boys making your Grandma’s vintage china & tchotchkes just a bit more gay! Handpainted & One-of-a-Kind. Continue reading »

An Artist Created 100 Ceramic Mugs In 100 Days

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“A few months ago I started a project as part of the #100dayproject. The 100-Day Project is a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. The great surrender is the process; showing up day after day is the goal. For the 100-Day Project, it’s not about fetishizing finished products—it’s about the process.”, told designer Adrian Smith to Bored Panda. Continue reading »

British Artist’s Evocative Ceramic Sculptures Offer A Slice Of Summer

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Fascinated by food, the way we eat, and the rituals of treats and indulgence; artist Anna Barlow exercises dexterous ceramics-wizardry to create these stunningly original sculptures from clay, porcelain and glaze. Continue reading »

Forms of Nature Created from Thousands of Ceramic Shards by Zemer Peled

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Israeli artist Zemer Peled explores both the beauty and brutality of nature with sculptures constructed from ceramic shards. Continue reading »

Tiny Handmade Ceramic Animal Planters by Cumbuca Chic

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If you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect ceramic capybara planter, look no further. Ceramicist Priscilla Ramos from São Paulo, Brazil, has a fantastic line of animal planters in the form of foxes, whales, anteaters, and yes, even the world’s largest rodent. She’s even working on a sloth! The handmade stoneware pieces are perfect for small succulents or cacti. Continue reading »

The ILOVENY cup launch: The world-famous logo, on a ceramic cup that looks like it’s made of paper!

The ILOVENY cup launch: The world-famous logo, on a ceramic cup that looks like it's made of paper!

Exceptionlab Inc, company founded by Graham Hill, has just launched the ILOVENY cup: The world-famous logo, on a ceramic cup that looks like it’s made of paper! Continue reading »