Tag Archives: vessels
Ong Cen Kuang’s lighting ‘fusing traditional craft & modern elements’. Trained at the Gray School of Art, Scotland, he works from Bali. See Blogroll for a link.
Daun pendant lamp / Kelopak pendant lamp / Kembang pendant lamp – Alur range / Kembang table lamp – Alur range / Labu Table lamp – Alur Collection / Naive […]
The unique kerf-cut & sanded, wood vessels & teapots of Terry Evans of Kansas, USA. See a link to his site under Blogroll.
Bowl / Centipede Box / Stacked Box / Box with Bead / Teapot / Medium Size Box / Teapot / Teapot / Small portly Urn / Centipede Box / 3-legged […]
Thai-born ceramist, Mo Jirachaisakul’s fine plateware, vessels & a porcelain seated stool. He is studying at the Royal College of Art, London. See Blogroll for a link.
Commonware series / Monochrome series / Re-Plate series / Tabor made with wooden sticks and a porcelain seat /
Research & digital crafting, producing objects & installations: Chilean design & architectural studio, gt2p (Great Things to People), Santiago. See Blogroll for a link.
All text within this post has been taken from the gt2p site / Less CPP N2: Porcelain vs Lava is a series of wall lights and chandeliers with LED lighting / […]
Coiled & stitched rope pieces from Doug Johnston, New York: his trays, bags, lighting & vessels. See a link to his site under Blogroll.
100′ tray / 100′ Tray / Ukai Light / Puck Ottoman / Sando Pouch / Dunce Bag / set of 10 free-form vessels / All above from the Rope Compendium […]
Terracroma (Spain) is a site presenting the ceramics of two provinces of style, both noteworthy. Carme Collell’s folded vessels are shown in this 1st post of 2.
Tanoue Shinya’s ceramics. ‘After creating the vessel or sculpture’s shape with coil techniques, the slip is applied on the surface & then I groove the surface with needles.’ Images from various sources.
Quote taken from an interview in Ceramics Now journal, 2011: http://www.ceramicsnow.org/post/10935063191/interview-with-tanoue-shinya-japanese-ceramics-keiko
Vegetable imprinted vessels, coffee capsule batteries, mashrabiya constructed tables, drawing clocks: the work of Mischer Traxler Studio based in Vienna. See Blogroll for a link.
All text is taken from the Mischer Traxler site. Reversed Volumes: A collection of bowls that are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit/vegetable / 97 metre veneer baskets: With […]
His novel approach: Hans Tan is a designer & educator in Singapore. A selection of his products & one-off pieces are here. See Blogroll for a link to his site.
Perforated Polypropylene DIY chair / Spring Tray / Striped Ming No. 2 – modified porcelain vase / Spotted Nyonya Plate / Spotted Nyonya Teapot / Spotted Nyonya Dish / Spotted Nyonya Vessel & […]