a sculptor creating pottery for your everyday // earth + pigment
Location: Chicago, IL, United States
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nima chaichi (@nimachaichi)
creative mood maker
Noelle makes ceramics
diy curator, writer, photo taker
Richard Saul Backer (@dickiesaul)
I remember Kennedy being elected, and many exciting events in-between.
Lore Fasquel (@lorefasquel)
St Luc tournai, fashion design
académie royale des beaux arts de Bruxelles, Executive Master knitting design
Stefania Grippaldi (@ideasfly)
I was born in Finale Ligure (SV), Italy in 1985.
I have been drawing since ever: I was just a child, when I took for the first time a pencil in hand and I realized how much I was in love with illustration.
During my university studies in Industrial Design and Graphic Design, I discovered and also explored with passion the digital drawing.
Illustration is my really first love and the mix between “rough ink” and the digital processing has become my distinguishing feature.
I started my professional career as a freelance art director and graphic designer and illustrator in several advertising studios in Genoa.
I'm intensely passionate about art and I'm not co
John Unwin (@junwin)
I started photography using a Russian 35mm to take pictures of my father's construction sites as well as a range of other pictures. After learning to push process and print at school, I sold theatrical and sports shots and had numerous photos appear in the college magazine.
After university, I became an engineer, which fueled my love of geometry, form, and computer graphics. I was fortunate to have done an art foundation course at Leeds College of Art and Design; my abstract works echoes the profound influence it had on my artistic work.
My current focus is on architecture, interiors, landscape and abstract work. I use a range of cameras from medium format
Gershon Kreimer (@gershonkreimer)
In my search for visual forms, I consolidate the exchange between my personal gaze as an artist, and the narrative contained within the subject. What I look for in this narrative is the representation of not only a catharsis, but also the revelation of a hidden identity. It is not the pose, product of training or repetition.
My method is simple: to stimulate irrationality in gestures, in pauses, and in poses. It is almost the same process as with a performance, but above all, it is the final result of automatism. The pauses in my latest installments of Void reflect the absence of control or its natural opposite; control in
Benjamin Savignac (@benjamin-savignac)
Bauhaus Movement (@bauhaus-movement)
Rethinking the world. Learn how the Bauhaus influenced design history with its emphasis on theory and practice as taught by the masters.
For many artists, architects and designers, the Bauhaus was an ideology and a conviction, not just a school of arts and architecture. Experimenting with new materials and forms entailed a whole new living environment.
Uses the city as his studio; focused on finding solutions on how to show public art in private spaces.
Tanner Abel (@tannerabelphotography)
Anna-Marie Wallace (@madeofaustralia)
Unglazed Australian Ceramics - Saggar Fired with Indigenous Australian Flora & Organic Waste from Native Fauna - Pieces OF Australia
Little Clay Studio (@littleclaystudio)
A material girl in a digital world. Ceramics in the ATX.
Adrian Smith (@adriancharlessmith)
And you call them steamed hams despite the fact that they are obviously grilled.
The Woodworkers of Ello (@ellowoodwork)
The community for all things to do with woodworking. Mention @ellowoodwork to share your projects.
alex eben meyer (@ebencom)
illustrator and actual piece of cheese.
this handmade life ...
modern pottery from Wisconsin
as seen in J.Crew & Anthropologie
shop local! Hatch Art House and the Waxwing
Design-led pottery. Based in London.
Nicole Jo / Knot & Splice (@knotandsplice)
U.S.-sourced stone & recycled metal heirloom jewelry and handwoven art made by Nicole Jo in KC
Shop is closed May/June