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South Korean artist Yoon Sol has produced a wonderful ceramic series titled From the Archetype, which involves layering porcelain in thin sheets to create different shapes. He writes:

From the Archetype

South Korean artist Yoon Sol has produced a wonderful ceramic series titled From the Archetype, which involves layering porcelain in thin sheets to create different shapes. He writes:

4 in 1 - Changable Ocean Blue and Purple Green Porcelain Earrings by RoundRabbit

4 in 1 - Changable Ocean Blue and Purple Green Porcelain Earrings by RoundRabbit

Ceramic Sculptures by British artist Matthew Chambers | Matthew creates abstract contemporary ceramic sculptures. He began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware with Philip Wood in Nunney, the Somerset villiage where he grew up. |

Today we want to show you abstract contemporary ceramic sculptures created by British artist Matthew Chambers. "Matthew began his journey in 1993 with a training in handmade tableware

#ceramic#form Gravity + Align + Brink

Porcelain and bronze objects by Belinda Winkler, photographed by Peter Whyte. Images courtesy of the photographer.

Ana Roquero, diseñadora industrial bilbaína, seleccionada para la exposición mundial TAPAS | verybilbao.com

Ana Roquero, diseñadora industrial bilbaína, seleccionada para la exposición mundial TAPAS

Ana Roquero, diseñadora industrial bilbaína, seleccionada para la exposición mundial TAPAS | verybilbao.com

Now what do you think: is this not a fantastic way to put slip casted porcelain elements into exquisite artworks! Great job Yoon Sol

Now what do you think: is this not a fantastic way to put slip casted porcelain elements into exquisite artworks!

Meant to evoke Japanese aesthetics | Wave Bowl, ca. 1880. Linthorpe Pottery Works (1879–1882). Design attributed to Christopher Dresser (British, 1834–1904). The @Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, James David Draper Gift, in memory of Robert Isaacson, 2001 (2001.549)

Wave bowl Design attributed to Christopher Dresser (British, Glasgow, Scotland Mulhouse) Manufacturer: Linthorpe Pottery Works. Formerly attributed to Christopher Dresser: Wave bowl

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