Ememem Repairs European Streets and Potholes With Ceramic Flacking

ememem ceramic flacking IIHIH

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. Read more

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. Read more

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. Read more

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. Read more

Artist Designed & Decorated Heart Shaped Vases: The TotCor Project

TotCor Project Heart Vases

These artist designed and decorated heart-shaped vases are made and are being sold to spread goodness. The mission of The TotCor Project, spearheaded by artist Pepa Reverter, is to spread the key values that constitute humanity in all its richness: love, kindness, compassion, ethics, respect, generosity and solidarity. Read more

Contrasting Life and Decay in Ceramics: Bertozzi & Casoni Animalia

Bertozzi & Casoni Animalia

Bertozzi & Casoni, the artistic duo formed by Giampaolo Bertozzi and Stefano Dal Monte Casoni in 1980, are exhibiting a selection of their most recent ceramic works, Animalia, for the city of Monza. The detailed polychrome sculptures are simultaneously compelling and repelling as they combine an undeniable attention to detail with the macabre. Read more

Vintage Items Made Irreverent With Typography

Canadian artist Marie-Claude Marquis (aka MC Marquis) as adds irreverence to vintage china tableware and embroidered tapestries and they are a hoot. She finds old needlepoint and dinnerware upon which she prints intricate typography referencing explicit swear words, Québécois slang, and hilarious pop references. Read more

Broken Things & Nomad Patterns by Livia Marin

London-based Chilean artist Livia Marin explores the nature of our relationship between everyday objects and material possessions in an era dominated by mass-production, homogeneity and global circulation. Read more