ceramics

New Miniature Hand-Thrown Ceramics and Equipment by Jon Almeda

We continue to be amazing by ceramic artist Jon Almeda's (previously) incredibly tiny vessels thrown by hand on a miniature clay wheel. The variety of cups, vases, bowls, and other objects are so tiny

The New Age of Ceramics: A New Book Explores the Cutting Edge of Ceramic Art

Over the last few decades, artists working with ceramics have begun to push the medium in dramatic new directions, producing wildly innovative sculptures with a craft that’s existed almost as long as

Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by English and Japanese Botanics by Hitomi Hosono

Merging botanical forms from England with the delicate plant shapes from her childhood in Japan, ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono produces delicate layered sculptures that appear as frozen floral

Porcelain Vessels Inspired by the Ocean Sculpted by Jennifer McCurdy

Guided in her ceramics studio by nature’s symmetrical and asymmetrical forms, artist Jennifer McCurdy works with inspiration from everyday objects, producing vessels that imitate natural specimens
Artist Spotlight: Cody Hoyt

Artist Spotlight: Cody Hoyt

Brilliant stoneware work by Brooklyn-based artist Cody Hoyt (previously featured here). See more images below!
Artist Spotlight: Brendan Monroe

Artist Spotlight: Brendan Monroe

Our friend Brendan Monroe’s show “Mammatus” just opened at Curator’s Cube in Tokyo. We stopped by the space last week and it all looked fantastic — a nice mix of drawing, painting and sculpture

New in the Colossal Shop: Calamityware Mugs

Retired graphic designer Don Moyer has found a delightful second career illustrating and designing a line of charmingly calamitous products to help you keep your woes in perspective. The Calamityware

Ceramic Origami Plates and Dishware by Moij Design

Hamburg-based ceramic artist Angelina Erhorn of Moij Design creates all matter of ceramic dishware that mimics the form of paper origami sheets, both folded and unfolded. Her designs include plates,

Fluid Porcelain Bowls by Aylin Bilgiç Look Like Splashes Frozen in Time

Turkish ceramic artist Aylin Bilgiç created this stunning series of ceramic bowls that look like a splash of liquid frozen in time. Each bowl is made of porcelain and is finished by dipping the rim in
Artist Spotlight: Eun-Ha Paek

Artist Spotlight: Eun-Ha Paek

Ceramics by Brooklyn-based animator and illustrator Eun-Ha Paek. More images below.
Artist Spotlight: Lili Scratchy

Artist Spotlight: Lili Scratchy

A selection of recent work by French artist Frédérique Bellier-Reboul aka Lili Scratchy. Click here for previous posts. More images below.

Handmade Ceramic Blooms and Succulents by Owen Mann

Self-taught artist Owen Mann creates ceramic blooms from dozens, and sometimes hundreds of petals, each hand-formed to mimic the appearance of peonies, dahlias, and spiraling succulents. Simply

New Porcelain Sculptures That Merge Female Forms With Elements of Nature by Juliette Clovis

French artist Juliette Clovis (previously) works primarily with female busts, mutating the forms to adopt animal or floral-based characteristics. Using both the 2D application of paint, and 3D

Rainbow Drip Vessels by Brian Giniewski Ceramics

Ceramic artist Brian Giniewski produces delightful earthenware vessels that appear to be oozing thick, colorful drips that are frozen in time. The Philadelphia-based ceramicist achieves the texture of

Smashed Can Sculptures That Mimic Traditional Ming Dynasty Porcelain by Lei Xue

Adopting traditional decorative motifs found on Ming Dynasty ceramics, Chinese artist Lei Xue sculpted these humorous smashed aluminum cans that bridge the gap of some 600 years of art history. The

Repurposed Antique Dishware Sandblasted Into Bas-Relief Sculptures by Caroline Slotte

Trying to imagine the original state of these rough-edged antique plates is part of the intention behind these sculptures by Helskini-based artist Caroline Slotte (previously), whose artworks often

Comical Ceramic Figures Produced With Ancient Materials by Luciano Polverigiani

South American artist Luciano Polverigiani creates ceramic objects that lay at the intersection of fine art sculptures and toys, figures that are designed with both a playful and thoughtfully

A Menagerie of Animals Covered in Surreal Landscapes of Flora and Fauna by Ellen Jewett

Working with a mixture of cold porcelain and polymer atop a metal wire armature, artist Ellen Jewett (previously) creates wildly intricate sculptures of animals covered in a tangle of surreal

Ornate Ceramic Vessels Encased in Porcelain Flowers by Artist Vanessa Hogge

London-based artist Vanessa Hogge sculpts vessels and decorative wall objects called wallflowers covered in hundreds of delicate porcelain petals out of her studio in Cockpit Arts Holborn. The one-off
the clayXYZ is a digital 3D printer for ceramics that sits on your desktop

the clayXYZ is a digital 3D printer for ceramics that sits on your desktop

turning the 3D-printing focus away from plastics to a more sustainable material, the clayXYZ desktop 3D printer prormises to be revolutionary for ceramicists. The post the clayXYZ is a digital 3D