Just Do It: Lilith Rockett

Lilith Rockett 8

By Regina Connell. It was love at first sight. Portland-based Lilith Rockett‘s ceramic vessels were perfectly centered in my aesthetic sweet spot: sleek but warm, organically minimal; graceful forms that still throbbed with emotion, pieces that were ethereal but powerful. … Continue reading

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Graduate Design Shows: UK Picks

Landscape of Gravity by Kirsien Kovaara

By Sophie Corfan. Graduate show season is always one of my favorite times of the design calendar year. There’s so much enthusiasm in the air as a whole host of new talent emerges, ready to show off several industrious years … Continue reading

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Noticed: Heidi Harrington

Heidi Harrington's Screenprinted Ceramics

By Regina Connell.  I do love people who push a process. Surrey-based ceramist, Heidi Harrington uses screen printing in her ceramics, allowing the patterns to stretch and distort during the making process. The result? Delicate, ethereal, forest fantasy bowls and … Continue reading

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Noticed: Akio Nukaga, Master Potter

Akio Nukaga throwing demonstration at Heath Ceramics

By Regina Connell. Japan’s master potters are revered for their skill, dedication, and form. They’re also damned tough to find. They’re not easily located in Japan’s exorbitantly priced cities, but are far out into the countryside. Language is frequently an … Continue reading

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