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Intricate Patterned Line Drawings are Actually Gorgeous Ceramic Pottery

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Ceramicist Suzanne Sullivan produces pottery with intricate surface decoration that creates an awesome illusion. When viewed from a certain angle, the objects look like 2D ink drawings. They’ve got bold, flattened designs reminiscent of a sketchbook, with a consistency in line weight that often remains unchanged across the surface—because of this, our eye is fooled.

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

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Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics

Suzanne wrote a quick FAQ on her Instagram, including some shops that sell her work:

Suzanne Sullivan ceramics
Ceramics

Ceramic Animal Planters are Sweet Companions to Your Favorite Flora

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

I have a well-documented love of face planters on Brown Paper Bag. My years-long admiration is because of the playful nature they inherently contain. These delightful objects dress up your plants while creating wild, ever-changing hairstyles for the stoneware characters.

Design Forest is inspired by animals—bunnies, cats, elephants, and more— and pares them down to essential, simple shapes that are minimal in decoration yet convey sweet personalities. Just look at their smiles!

Design Forest sells their entire pastel-colored collection through their online shop.

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics

Design Forest ceramics
Ceramics, Illustrated products

Delightful Ceramics to “Keep Company” in Your Home

Keep Company

If you’ve read this blog for months (or even years), you know how fond I am of Jen Collins and her illustrations. Since 2013, she’s applied her delightful paintings onto ceramics, and the application of tigers, swans, and cats lights up any piece of stoneware.

Keep Company is a collaboration between Jen and ceramicist Shaya Stevenson. Each piece is wheelthrown by Shaya and then glazed by Jen. As a result, the forms of beautifully crafted with surface decoration that has a carefree gestural quality to them.

Keep Company just updated their shop. Many of these pieces are gone, but there are still some up for grabs—check it out now!

Keep Company

Keep Company ceramics

Keep Company ceramics

Keep Company ceramics

Keep Company ceramics

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Keep Company ceramics

Keep Company ceramics

Keep Company ceramics

http://shaynastevenson.com/

http://shaynastevenson.com/

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Keep Company ceramics
Illustrated products

My Weekly 7 Illustrated Product Obsessions

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1. Teal Green Plant Print Linen Dress by Banquet Atelier & Workshop
2. Rainbow Alpaca Patch by Crowded Teeth (I own one of these—super cute!)
3. Handmade Leather Cat Necklace by Benu Made
4. Hissss Lapel Pin by Stay Home Club
5. Little Wooden Paint Palette Brooch/Necklace by Kate Rowland
6. Swans and Roses Vintage Illustrated Teapot by Nina van de Goor
7. Ceramic Siamese Cat Planter by Barruntando

Happy Friday! Here’s some donut and Pokémon GO inspiration for this weekend by Vickie Liu:

Donuts by Vickie Liu

(She’s a must-follow on Instagram!)

Ceramics

Brighten Your Day with Gold Giraffes and Other Wee Beasts

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Do you have a totem to carry around? You know, a small object that brightens your day and brings you good luck? If not, might I suggest the adorable works by Danielle Pedersen, aka Small Wild. Her ceramic pieces feature a myriad of animals—such as dogs, giraffes, alpacas, and more—decorated with tiny patterns and best of all: gold. Your day can’t get that bad when you’ve got a fancy elephant by your side!

Danielle sells her work through her online shop. New products drop on Sunday at 11AM MST, so set your alarm if you want to scoop one up!

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

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Small Wild ceramics

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

Totems by Small Wild Shop

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Ceramics, Illustrated products

Illustrative Ceramics Tell the Charming Stories of Everyday People

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Illustrator, ceramicist, and canary keeper Polly Fern follows in the long historical tradition of adorning clay with pictures. Her colorful vases, plates and bowls feature everyday scenes: a table set with a long baguette; men and women digging holes among the trees; and people riding on horses. They tell short stories—perhaps of not the most glamorous lives, but ones that are filled with people, pets, and good food. It all sounds lovely to me!

Polly sells her ceramics through her online shop.

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern

Ceramics by Polly Fern
Ceramics, Illustrated products

Ceramic Animals Add Some Welcome Color to Everyday Decor

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Of all my favorite things to collect, ceramics are it. Charming in nearly any size, I have many—including animals, people, and ghosts(!)—scattered throughout my home. And after seeing the shop Dodo Toucan, it’s time I add to my hoard of porcelain. Created by Sarah Theron, her colorful creature masks and totems are intended to brighten your everyday decor. Some will sit on your kitchen table while others attach to your wall—whatever the use, their elegant forms and electric hues are a visual delight.

Dodo Toucan is produced in Paris, but has an online shop that ships worldwide.

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan

Ceramics by Dodo Toucan
Illustrated products

My Weekly 7 Illustrated Product Obsessions

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1. Hanging planters by Shayna Stevenson and Jen Collins of Keep Company
2. Monstera Leaf Bag by La Lisette
3. Caterpillar Backpack by Mödernaked
4. Donut Cat by Marnin Saylor
5. Otto Grey Cushion by Arro Home (I have one of these and love it!)
6. Miniature Cactus by Vishnevsky’s Socks
7. White Tiger Hanging Ornament by Charming Creatures

Happy Friday! I’ll leave you with this for the weekend: Arro Home is currently having a 50% off sale. Go get yourself a nice new cushion or tea towel. You deserve it!

Ceramics

Forget Face Planters: Haired Jars are Just the Vessels You’re Looking For

Laura Bird haired jar

If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll know I have a deep love of face pots. Well, they now have a worthy opponent: haired jars. This delightfully strange classification describes the work of ceramist Laura Bird, who crafts heads sporting stylish hairdos that you then lift to reveal what’s inside. The interiors are glazed with a shiny, clear finish so they’re able to hold liquids. What a fantastic addition these would be to your bar.

Laura sells a variety of ceramics in her Etsy shop, including vases, plates, and small sculptures.

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Laura Bird