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Experimental Animation Meets Pottery

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Spinning ceramic animation by Jim Le Fevre and RAMP

Filmmaker Jim LeFevre and RAMP Ceramics combined their respective specialties to create this experimental clip promoting the UK Crafts Council. Le Fevre, an award-winning animator, used the spinning action of the potter's wheel to animate a ceramic zoetrope, featuring a lovely handpainted depiction of a bird in flight. It didn't take long to come up with the idea ("After a moment's thought the......read more

Coffee/Tea Mugs by Slow Studio

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Simply beautiful tableware from Massachusetts maker Natania Hume $30.00

Natania Hume, a potter based in western Massachusetts, makes contemporary-rustic tableware under the Slow Studio brand. (The “slow” in the name is a reference to the slow food movement, a sustainable approach to food and eating that Natania's objects are designed to complement.) And as you can see from these Slow Studio mugs, her work is beautiful. With each piece made one at a......read more

Ceramic Bangles by Erin Lightfoot

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Limited run porcelain jewelry features intricate geometric prints $80.00

A graphic designer by trade, Erin Lightfoot has ventured into ceramics to create unique pieces of porcelain jewelry patterned with her own geometric prints. Lightfoot's dynamic approach to color and composition is on full display in her range of bangles, featuring digital patterns inspired by Edwardian tiles and the 1900 Exposition Universelle. Each piece is fired three times, then hand......read more

Monterey Pitcher by Bauer Pottery

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A made-in-California classic, available in fifteen colors $68.00

For classic American home style, it doesn't get any better than the Monterey Pitcher from Bauer, the Los Angeles pottery company whose heritage dates back to 1878. The perfect vessel for summer lemonade, the pitcher comes in no less than fifteen colors, so there is something to suit every taste. We are particularly feeling the brighter options, which feel both modern and traditional at the same......read more

Ceramic Coffee Dripper by Kat and Roger

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A beautiful way to start the day $52.00

After meeting at art school in South Carolina, Kat Hutter (painter) and Roger Lee (ceramicist) settled in Los Angeles and combined their respective mediums to create a line of functional, ever-evolving ceramic wares. All K&R goods are hand-thrown and hand-painted in the pair's Mount Washington studio. From the collection comes this clever little coffee dripper, a classic shape adorned with......read more

Blue Marbled Cup by Workaday Handmade

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Slip-cast earthenware from Brooklyn-based ceramicist Forrest Lewinger $38.00

Workaday Handmade is Forrest Lewinger, a Georgia-raised ceramicist who makes perfectly unrefined pottery from his studio in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. This WH Blue Marbled Cup is a nice example of his aesthetic, which never seeks to hide the hand of the maker. The matte cups feature a blue and white marble glaze that gives off a trippy, clouded effect. The overall result is a carefree,......read more

Multi Stem Vase by Heath

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True blue ceramic design reflects the summer sky and sea $125.00

Heath Ceramics, the Sausalito, CA-based pottery manufacturer founded by mid-century ceramics legend Edith Heath, has released its new summer collection. From the new assemblage of functional objects comes this Multi Stem Vase, a unique layered design combining two blue glazes to create a new hue. Speaking to "the season, the horizon, to sky and sea," the vase is a lovely interpretation of coastal......read more

Ovopur Ceramic Water Filter

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Egg-shaped Ovopur gives new meaning to water cooler talk $895.00

Ignoring the valid argument that 900 bucks for a water filter is insane, the Ovopur is the nicest we've seen. Created by France's Aquaovo, the eco-friendly design relies on natural filtration systems (and some help from gravity) to dispense pure, wholesome H2O. The unit features an Aquacristal filter made of activated carbon, quartz, copper and zinc (helping explain the lofty......read more

Chez Panisse Line by Heath Ceramics

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Organic elegance from the rejuvenated California pottery company $171.00

Founded by the mid-century legend Edith Heath, Heath Ceramics has been producing simple, beautiful artisanal pottery at its Sausalito, California plant since 1948. The company was purchased in 2004 by designers Robin Petravic and Catherine Bailey, whose collaborative products are helping push the brand into the future -- while remaining true to its heritage.  The Chez Panisse collection, a......read more

en&is Megaphone

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Energy-free ceramic amplifier for iPhone and iPod Touch $530.00

This passive speaker dock from Italian design team en&is applies old world charm to new school audio tech. Like the gramophone of yore, the en&is Megaphone uses a horn-shaped design to amplify the sound from your iPhone or iPod Touch. Made of ceramic clay, the amplifier sits on a thin wooden base that maximizes vibrations and optimizes the emission of sound. Perfect for......read more

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