New ceramics crush: folk birds, dachshunds, flowers, feathers and more clay goods by Marina Andrin. Sculpted with highly detailed textures and adorned with colorful patterns. And the best part: they are wearable too!
Based in Novi Sad, Serbia, Marina Andrin is a jewelry designer who loves to create little characters that each tell stories on their own. Besides pendants, her pieces are also available as earrings and brooches (this little bear is my favorite!)
I did a little happy dance when I stumbled upon these delightfully illustrated ceramics by artist Alex Sickling. Totes, plates and oh my, those little worm ornaments are the cutest thing I’ve seen in a while. Love!
All of the items below are currently available in Alex’s Etsy shop. To see more, follow Alex on Instagram.
It has been six months since I launched my ceramics shop, The Pottery Parade. I realized this the other day when I was browsing through my previous posts about my clay adventures. It is so much fun to see all the types of ceramics I created over these last few months; the things I have experienced with and how, even though I’ve been making pots with faces from the beginning, they have somehow changed over time as well.
A copper plant pot, llama ring holders, cat ornaments and lots of illustrated plates in this week’s Ceramic Gift Guide (I can’t believe we are on guide nr. 10 already!) All of the items are currently available online and clicking the links will lead you directly to the shopping spots. Hope it brings you inspiration!
Pottery Parade shop update
I’ve also been keeping myself busy with my own ceramics a lot lately. A brand new batch came out out the kiln this week and they will be included in my shop tomorrow night (Friday June 22nd), 7pm Central European Summer time!
You can follow The Pottery Parade on Instagram for all shop updates and visit the shop here.
So delicate, so elegant and such a strong personality in these beautiful clay made faces.. Artist Rami Kim creates pots, sculptures, bowls and many more ceramics that all have that same, gorgeous character. Mostly inspired by organic shapes, nature, feelings, and people, her pieces often have both a playful and pure appearance that I love so, so much <3
Hand painted mini mugs, bird heads and the cutest little face plate I have ever seen <3 These and more mud made beauties in this week’s Ceramic Gift Guide! All of these items are currently available online and clicking the link will lead you directly to the shopping spots. Enjoy!
My latest ceramics crush: cups, bowls and plates from the supersweet Pinkish collection by Studio Noot & Zo. All handmade by ceramist Suus Notenboom and covered with a home designed glaze that looks so delightful and yummy I want to lick it!