Ceramics by Leah Kaplan

«Arranged one way, a set of vessels might conjure a cityscape or landscape. Positioned another way, the same pieces can appear more anthropomorphic, suggesting familial relationships or even emotional states.»   Currently, my studio practice follows two distinct, but intertwined, threads: an exploration of light…

Ceramics by Enriqueta Cepeda

«I do not strive to achieve perfection, but instead, to achieve harmony in the irregular. I like to get a relatively heavy vessel to be experienced as graceful and easy.»   I work with my hands and with very simple tools, because I want to…

Zerezes Sunglasses

«We believe that creating products that last for years and can be repaired is one of the most responsible things we can do as a company to the world» Zerezes started in Rio in 2012, while we were still studying design. We found an American…

Canoa Lab – Part II

«We are also aware that the world is unstoppable, and patterns of action need to be renewed, even in craftery, whose model is in a moment of division and continual change.»   It could be said that our pieces and our space, CANOA-lab (a place…

Canoa Lab – Part I

«We think the dizzying speed of the current world keeps us from seeing what the real important things are. So TIME was a key element for us, as it is probably the most valuable thing we have.»   CANOA started as an idea around October…

Syzygy Eclipe by OS ∆ OOS

«This physical blocking of the light was an important aspect in our concept, where a total of three different lights demonstrate the three different aspects of a syzygy; transit, occultation and eclipse.»   Syzygy Eclipse is a light from the Syzygy series; where each individual…

Object & Totem by Julianne Ahn

«Ceramics as a craft has always been a trend.  It’s just taking a new and interesting wave in this modern digital age where making something tactile keeps you present.»   I suppose there’s no story behind Object & Totem, just a circumstance I found myself…

Ceramics by Karen Tinney

«In order to maintain balance – I draw my inspiration from art, architecture, and textures found out in the world.»   My background is in home product and furniture design; I attended Parsons School of Design in New York City and worked there designing professionally…

Lynne MacLachlan-Eastwood

After a degree in Aerospace Engineering and a short stint in industry I returned to education to study Jewellery and Metalwork at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, I wanted to get closer to the making of things and the jewellery workshop was…