cERamICs-A
cERamICs-A
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breakingexpectations:

Photo shoot with my babes today. Haha.
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breakingexpectations:

Getting pieces ready for our Woodfiring next weekend! =]
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fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
fuckyeahcontemporaryceramics:

Tip Toland
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farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
farewell-kingdom:

Hitomi Hosono
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ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
ianbrooks:

Personified Architectural Vehicles by Calvin Ma
In creating these mobile forms in his series “Homebodies”, Calvin Ma wanted to express his love for action figures and their ability to captivate and innovate stories to comfort us. His ceramic and stoneware sculptures combine stationary architectural structures and roving vehicles with the human (and kitty) form in a mashup of irregularity and contradictions, but still retaining that facial hint of childlike inquisitiveness, ready to make up an entirely new adventure.

Artist: Website / Behance
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breakingexpectations:

Sooo happy.

A little selfie of my new ink. =]
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breakingexpectations:

Some black stoneware jars and vase.
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madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
madeinjapanhomewares:

Gold mining #17
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strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
strivingshiamuslima:

These are sculptures by Tip Toland which depicts the plight of Albino children in Africa. The first photo explains the situation and her inspiration for the stone sculptures. The woman in the photo is supposed to be “Mother Africa” 
I sat in this exhibit for almost 45minutes contemplating the time it took to make these and the pain depicted on their faces. 
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from89:


Ceramic Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

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from89:


Ceramic Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe
Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
from89:


Ceramic Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe
Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
from89:


Ceramic Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

You Can Also Find Me -:
Skumar’s :- Twitter | Facebook | We Heart It | Pinterest | Subscribe
Other Blog :- India Incredible | Facebook
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s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Lithic by Yasha Butler
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etsyfindoftheday:

etsy find of the day | 2.2.14
sunday morning special: anthropologie-style dinnerware how about the sweet hand-carved style found both at anthropologie AND at etsy shop catspawpottery?! i love the textured, tactile quality and the rich glaze hues.other carved dishware shops:
vesselsandwares
symmetricalpottery
just one more anthro-style dinnerware post left! :D
etsyfindoftheday:

etsy find of the day | 2.2.14
sunday morning special: anthropologie-style dinnerware how about the sweet hand-carved style found both at anthropologie AND at etsy shop catspawpottery?! i love the textured, tactile quality and the rich glaze hues.other carved dishware shops:
vesselsandwares
symmetricalpottery
just one more anthro-style dinnerware post left! :D
etsyfindoftheday:

etsy find of the day | 2.2.14
sunday morning special: anthropologie-style dinnerware how about the sweet hand-carved style found both at anthropologie AND at etsy shop catspawpottery?! i love the textured, tactile quality and the rich glaze hues.other carved dishware shops:
vesselsandwares
symmetricalpottery
just one more anthro-style dinnerware post left! :D
etsyfindoftheday:

etsy find of the day | 2.2.14
sunday morning special: anthropologie-style dinnerware how about the sweet hand-carved style found both at anthropologie AND at etsy shop catspawpottery?! i love the textured, tactile quality and the rich glaze hues.other carved dishware shops:
vesselsandwares
symmetricalpottery
just one more anthro-style dinnerware post left! :D
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theetsybazaar:

Coffee for Four
Four little cream color cup. Ceramic drinking vessel. Excellent for espresso, tea, green tea, sake and wine…Height : approx. 8 cm { 3”}Diameter: approx. 8 cm {3”}