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DxV: Misa Kumabuchi

DxV: Misa Kumabuchi

By Regina Connell. Japan is one of those countries that fascinates, but why, exactly? Is it the zen quiet of the countryside’s traditional ryokans? Is it the craziness of Tokyo’s Akihabara and Harajuku? The love of tradition? The seemingly infinite … Continue reading

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Profile: Whitney Smith

Really great design, as we always say, is about stripping away the extraneous, and getting down to the essence of both function and feeling. Great lives are about doing the same. Case in point: Whitney Smith, ceramic artist, whose work–and … Continue reading

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Profile: Sara Paloma

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SoCal born, Emeryville-based ceramic artist Sara Paloma works hard–seriously hard–but you get the sense she’s living the life she wants to live, and that’s a powerful, inspiring thing. She creates beauty for her living and for her life. Her iconic … Continue reading

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Profile: Josie Jurczenia + Rae Dunn

There’s a cliche that artists are solitary creatures, eschewing the “delights” of social stimulation in favor of a solitary existence that’s all about their aaaart. If they’re part of a larger studio, they come and go, support each other as … Continue reading

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