Posts Tagged: ceramics

Manantial by Martín Azúa

In a new exhibition, Manantial, Spanish designer Martín Azúa explores the relationship between ceramics and nature. Azúa’s in interest in the subject matter started in 1999, when he began leaving porous ceramic vases in the Urederra river in Navarra, in an attempt

Manantial by Martín Azúa

In a new exhibition, Manantial, Spanish designer Martín Azúa explores the relationship between ceramics and nature. Azúa’s in interest in the subject matter started in 1999, when he began leaving porous ceramic vases in the Urederra river in Navarra, in an attempt

Wobble Vase by Cooley ClayWorks

Wobble Vase by Cooley ClayWorks is a collection of small vases exploring the idea of making home decor objects more playful and interactive by giving them movement. The slightly pointed bottom of these vases allow them to rotate and move

Wobble Vase by Cooley ClayWorks

Wobble Vase by Cooley ClayWorks is a collection of small vases exploring the idea of making home decor objects more playful and interactive by giving them movement. The slightly pointed bottom of these vases allow them to rotate and move

Sogum Huchuhuchu by Jaemin Jaeminlee

Sogum Huchuhuchu by Korean designer Jaemin Jaeminlee is a salt and pepper shaker meant to discourage accidental over-seasoning. With a shape similar to a spoon, the device allows users to preview and finely control the amount of seasoning  in a

Sogum Huchuhuchu by Jaemin Jaeminlee

Sogum Huchuhuchu by Korean designer Jaemin Jaeminlee is a salt and pepper shaker meant to discourage accidental over-seasoning. With a shape similar to a spoon, the device allows users to preview and finely control the amount of seasoning  in a

Zenroast, the ceramic coffee roaster

Zenroast created a personal ceramic coffee roaster, perfect for freshly roasting a days worth of coffee beans. Zenroast is based on a traditional Japanese tool, once used for roasting tea leaves, sesame seeds and other nuts. In it’s current form, the

Zenroast, the ceramic coffee roaster

Zenroast created a personal ceramic coffee roaster, perfect for freshly roasting a days worth of coffee beans. Zenroast is based on a traditional Japanese tool, once used for roasting tea leaves, sesame seeds and other nuts. In it’s current form, the

Bracelet Flask by Object & Totem

Brooklyn ceramics studio Object & Totem created this playful flask that fits on the wrist like a bracelet. Able to hold one shot worth of liquor, the object is based on a circular 19th century flask Totem & Object founder

Bracelet Flask by Object & Totem

Brooklyn ceramics studio Object & Totem created this playful flask that fits on the wrist like a bracelet. Able to hold one shot worth of liquor, the object is based on a circular 19th century flask Totem & Object founder

Biophilia Ceramic Vessels by Stoft and Zol Art

A collaborative project between Stoft Studio and Swedish ceramic manufacturer Zol Art, Biophilia consists of four organically shaped ceramic vessels each symbolising a step in a plant’s growth, from seedpod to bloom. Due to the decreasing thickness of the pieces

Biophilia Ceramic Vessels by Stoft and Zol Art

A collaborative project between Stoft Studio and Swedish ceramic manufacturer Zol Art, Biophilia consists of four organically shaped ceramic vessels each symbolising a step in a plant’s growth, from seedpod to bloom. Due to the decreasing thickness of the pieces

Elastic Lights by Marta Bordes

Elastic Lights by Marta Bordes is a collection of lights that question the role of traditional ceramic objects. We often think of ceramic objects as fragile and decorative, when in fact mechanical ceramics are often used in advanced machinery. In

Elastic Lights by Marta Bordes

Elastic Lights by Marta Bordes is a collection of lights that question the role of traditional ceramic objects. We often think of ceramic objects as fragile and decorative, when in fact mechanical ceramics are often used in advanced machinery. In