Lucia Sucha photographs. The grain, the light, the dark. Oof.
Cups and bowls from the wheel of Helen Levi.
Recently, I have been getting into simple wax resist textures; I like the way the glaze interacts with the bare clay, and unlike sgraffito, the transition feels smooth to the touch.
I really enjoy the elementary simplicity of Levi’s designs, and her dark clay body is fantastic.
Upside-down mugs by Henry Franks.
"This product is part of a range of ‘dyslexic objects’ I designed in response to my own dyslexic condition. The aim was to improve the objects through the addition of dyslexia, encouraging the user to re-engage with ordinary objects and subject people to products with a higher emotional function.
These three mugs illustrate inversion, a symptom of dyslexia and as a result are more stable and less likely to be knocked over along with being better balanced in the hand because the handle position being upside down and lower down than normal. This gives a more comfortable pour when drinking due to where the centre of gravity is. The inverted shape also keeps tea and coffee hotter for longer.”
These faceted short cups from Still House are delightful. Calm, but interesting, and I enjoy the way each cup interacts with the table it sits upon. For a direct link, click here.
Crinkle cups from Still House. I would like to drink my whiskey out of these suckers. For a direct link, click here.
Loving this sweet little aqua tea set from Still House. They are petite and unassuming, and I love the off-center lid handle on the teapot. For a direct link to the product, click here.