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... a place to keep my research and developmental work during my Creative Arts Degree. Check out my Ceramics blog for more of my own work and those that interest me.

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!!!***BLOG GIVE-AWAY***!!!

We’ve got another great prize to give away!

REBLOG this image and your name will be entered into a drawing jar. A week from today; April 15th, a name will be drawn, and that lucky person will WIN this set of hand made Semi Porcelain/Cork Coasters!

Please note: only residents of the UK will be able to be sent the prize. We appologise greatly!! If you live outside the UK then you can still like or follow our page as we love to have new folk see our work :)

Many thanks from Project Donabe

(Mari Jones & Abigail Ducharme)

— 2 weeks ago with 13 notes
#Project Donabe  #blog giveaway  #competition  #coasters  #ceramic 


COMPOSITION
‘Composition’ is a collaboration piece of De Intuìtiefabriek and Bob Waardenburg.’In history china cabinets added an air of formality to a living room or a dining area. They were a way to store and display people’s fine china, goblets and tea sets. De Intuìtiefabriek was fascinated by this idea and decided to create a contemporary china cabinet completed with a twelve piece tableware set. The simple and geometric shape of the cabinet enhances the compositions that are hand drawn on the tableware by Bob Waardenburg. The cabinet displays an exploded view of the tableware set and shows this collection in a mystical way. Materials: Ash wood, smoke glass, porcelain including a 12 piece tableware set (espresso cup, tea mug, bowl, deep plate, plate) Edition: Unique piece ‘Composition’ is exclusively available through Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design

COMPOSITION

‘Composition’ is a collaboration piece of De Intuìtiefabriek and Bob Waardenburg.’In history china cabinets added an air of formality to a living room or a dining area. They were a way to store and display people’s fine china, goblets and tea sets. De Intuìtiefabriek was fascinated by this idea and decided to create a contemporary china cabinet completed with a twelve piece tableware set. The simple and geometric shape of the cabinet enhances the compositions that are hand drawn on the tableware by Bob Waardenburg. The cabinet displays an exploded view of the tableware set and shows this collection in a mystical way.

Materials: Ash wood, smoke glass, porcelain
including a 12 piece tableware set (espresso
cup, tea mug, bowl, deep plate, plate)
Edition: Unique piece
‘Composition’ is exclusively available through Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design

— 3 weeks ago with 1 note
#de intuitiefabriek  #display 
Check out this amazing exhibition featuring work by Dan Harvey.
I love how they have displayed the work :)
http://www.apollo-magazine.com/art-architecture-sustainability/

Check out this amazing exhibition featuring work by Dan Harvey.

I love how they have displayed the work :)

http://www.apollo-magazine.com/art-architecture-sustainability/

— 3 weeks ago with 2 notes
#dan harvey  #sustainable  #architecture 

mulkproductdesign:

Isabell Gatzen produced the ‘Objectify’ vase series completely by hand. The collection is a comment on society’s desire for conformity, while claiming individuality.

You can find more about it at the designer’s website.

(via downbythereservoir)

— 4 weeks ago with 50 notes
#isabell gatzen  #repetition 
donabe-project:

Our Collection of made objects is building up nicely!
stay tuned as many of these items will be offered up as *blog give-aways* very soon!
Project Donabe.

donabe-project:

Our Collection of made objects is building up nicely!

stay tuned as many of these items will be offered up as *blog give-aways* very soon!

Project Donabe.

(via hiddenline)

— 2 months ago with 27 notes
#Project Donabe  #blog giveaway  #competition  #colelction  #interior  #ceramics 
louisezhang:

Secret Meaning of Things, 2011, found objects, balsa wood, nails, glue, dimensions variableRobyn Cameron 

louisezhang:

Secret Meaning of Things, 2011,
found objects, balsa wood, nails, glue, dimensions variable

Robyn Cameron 

(via wendymvong)

— 2 months ago with 114 notes
#cabinet  #shelving  #containment 

archiemcphee:

Mathematics + Art = Awesome

Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli creates astonishing works of art that are carefully calculated sculptural pieces which function as astonishing light projectors and/or shadow casters. They’re made using math, but they look like magic.

Using mathematics to produce each visually compelling and mind-boggling piece of work, Corneli gives life to his seemingly simple, geometric wall extensions with light. He poignantly says, “Light is energy which creates forms.”

Visit Fabrizio Corneli’s website to check out more of his extraordinary artwork. 

[via My Modern Metropolis]

(via coda-king)

— 2 months ago with 2065 notes
#light  #shadow  #art  #sculpture  #installation 

wimpi:

My end of the semester …

- weejuwee

— 2 months ago with 401 notes
#weejuwee  #layout  #display 

Cool window display in Tokyo

— 2 months ago
#containment  #tokyo  #shop window  #jars 

ryanpanos:

Scott Carter | Via

By dissecting the surrounding walls of the space his sculptures inhabit, american artist scott carter re-appropriates the existing materials inherently built into the architecture. a full-scale dinner table and seat, two fully-functional reproductions of le corbusier’s LC3 chairs, and a life-sized neoclassical bust are assembled from cut-out shapes carved away from the interior façades, deconstructed and reconstructed into practical new objects. furniture pieces like ‘a temporary engagement’ and ‘less is more’ are formed from cleanly-pierced silhouettes — both small and large circles, narrow rectangles, and linear planes — whose gaping absence from the wall creates a dynamic aesthetic arrangement on their own.

(via worclip)

— 2 months ago with 165 notes
#scott carter  #display  #layout