British designer Sue Pryke began her career in the Potteries over 20 years ago as a designer at Wedgewood and has since developed homeware collections for IKEA, John Lewis and M&S. In September she launched her own line of tableware, which is all made in collaboration with small factories and makers across the UK.
People and Places
This year, Kirstie has launched a new book called Ceramic Paint | Collection Cornwall, that tells the story of how Kirstie came to create a collection of ceramic paint inspired by Cornwall, England. Read the rest of this entry »
Swedish designers Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, known collectively as studio Claesson Koivisto Rune, have designed a beautiful little tea set for Toronto-based store Mjölk (meaning milk in Swedish and pronounced ‘Mi-yelk’). The tea set is designed as a merging of eastern and western tea and coffee cultures – a sort of Japanese tea ceremony meets Swedish Fika (a coffee and cake break). Read the rest of this entry »