Olivia Fiddes is a ceramic artist and designer.Olivia’s work is typified by elegant imperfection, playfulness and simplicity. Her work is primarily made using traditional hand building techniques but with a forward-thinking attitude. These techniques allow her to produce distinctive pieces with expression, curiosity and quality at their heart.
the love of pomegranate was seeded by granpa`s potted plant in the childhood of the artist. The Kingdom of Pomegranate combines the roughness of pottery and the nature of a Fruit, with unique appearance.
Atelier Murmur is a parisian ceramic workshop marked by a life philosophy which fully integrates nature in its artistic research. Jin Jin Sun, one of the founder from chinese origin, favours the infinite variation of shapes and colors. Each porcelain piece seems in a changing process, driven by the chances of firing and inspiration. The colors water down onto the white surface , the leafs seem fossilized within the clay. Poetry and purity of this delicate tableware which invites into the contemplation of our daily life and our environnement.
China & France
Felicia Ferrone's international namesake brand, based in Chicago and Milan, Italy, is known for delivering the unexpected through a seemingly simple gesture. Archetypes are reinvented; typologies are crossed and blended. European influences, minimalist aesthetics, mastery of proportion, and meticulously considered details are the hallmarks of fferrone.
USA & Italy
Rongbai was found in 2016, Jingdezhen. "Rong" is the fragment that reflects daily life, "Bai" pursues simplicity and purity. RongBai pays attention to the connection of design and user, creates ceramics through the perspective of contemporary aesthetic.
R+D.LAB founded by Jay Vosoghi and Sara Mostofi in 2006. A creative studio driven by a reverence for aesthetics and purpose. We believe in the beauty of form, power of color, and character created through honest traditions. Understanding the threads that connect modern architecture, art, design, and fashion inform our process, and in turn, our products.
found in 2017, the work of 三两日常 is like the work of life. 10 years of clay making brought great pleasure to the artist and shaped timeless product. The form is physical expression of artistic sentiment.
Infinite Live 新之舍
Infinite live is a design studio dedicated to ceramics and glassware, exploring the possibility of interaction between user and object. The product features simplicity and timelessness.
the love of natural color and form becomes eternal inspiration. The artist provocates cooking should be as simple as what food originally is, while the tableware is designed to highlight its purity.
Pottery artist Murakami Naoko lives in Shiga, Japan. She opened a store"器のしごと" to sell her pottery works. Female perception creates unique form and color.
xinxin is an Australian multidiscplinary artstist. The work ranges from 2D illustration to 3D object to depict what nature originally is by all kind of means. by the influence of australian lifestyle, her pottery balances western and oriental aesthetics with distinctive personality.
The brand name, “蟲”, originates Chinese movable printing technique. The artist devotes to create daily tableware and brings pleasure to its user.
Chenfang, a lacquerware artist, uses traditional technique to make creative and modern artpiece. The work is mainly bodiless lacquerware, more durable and lighter than others.
JICON is a porcelain brand launched originally by Touetsugama kiln together with a Japanese designer, OJI Masanori.The brand name means "porcelain (JI) in modern times (CON)." In the Buddhist words, JICON means "seize the day."
Run by Japanese duo Katsuhisa and Mizuho Hira, Studio Prepa is their workshop where they make and produce a variety of handmade glassware. Working from this independent setting rather than a generic factory allows them to really focus on the finer details, and make glass objects that have an experimental element.
2016/ makes contemporary porcelain using the specialist skills found in the pottery town of Arita, Japan. Local artistry is combined with international design talent in the making of desirable, everyday porcelain products. 2016/ aims to revive interest in and bring commerce back to this remarkable craft region and its makers.
Shotoku Glass is most known in Japan for their “Edo glass” – a small beer glass that is admired for its handiness and delicate strength, earning a high reputation with top restaurants and the hospitality industry. With a long and rich experience in mouth-blown glasses, Shotoku Glass has succeeded in creating an ideal series of very thin glassware.