ceramic art and home decor

It’s Beautiful. It’s Ceramic. And it’s a Lemon Juicer.

urchin lemon juicer

If you’re making drinks, guacamole, salad dressing, fresh fish or a number of other dishes, adding a bit of fresh-squeezed lemon or lime juice can make all the difference. The Urchin lemon juicer will not only make that easier, but prettier. The sculptural kitchen tool adheres to “form follows function,” a design principle in which the form or expression of an object should primarily relate to its intended function or purpose. (more…)

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Ememem Repairs European Streets and Potholes With Ceramic Flacking

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Artist Ememem beautifies the streets of Europe with what he calls ceramic “flacking”; using artistic and decorative tiles to fill potholes and cracks in the old streets, sidewalks and buildings. (more…)

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Memory Vessels by Bouke de Vries

Memory Vessels by Bouke de Vries

The Memory Vessels by Bouke de Vries are an ongoing series by the Utrecht-born artist and former ceramics conservator. (more…)

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Miniature Mid-Century Modern Homes Made of Clay

miniature mid-century homes

Artist John Brickels has been working with stoneware clay for over 30 years. Based in Lowell, Massachusetts, his works range from series of steampunk machines, cars and robots to architectural buildings. But it’s his miniature Mid-century Modern homes that I want to share with you today. (more…)

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Le Courbusier Chandigarth Trays Made From His Bas-Reliefs

Le Courbusier Chandigarth Trays

Three beautiful unglazed porcelain trays from Cassina created in collaboration with Richard Ginori and the Le Corbusier Foundation feature bas-relief symbols borrowed from some of Le Corbusier’s Brutalist buildings of Chandigarh. (more…)

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