Israelis@MilanDesignWeek | Iris Zohar | Onion. Not What You’d Expect | April 11.11

“Where does a vase end and a flower begin?” Each onion vase is a one-of-a kind solution that mirrors the variances occurring in nature. I wish I could have a sea of onion vases on my dining table… Well, First I need to have a dinning table ;) – You can read my …

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World Break | Jeez Vanilla | Adriana Belle | Sketchy Feeling | February 16.11

It seems like everywhere I go, I discover new painted ceramics theses days. For some reason, the Jeez Vanilla’s plates stood out right away. Maybe it’s the sketchy feeling or the story that you can fill in for yourself… I just can’t put my finger on it. The only thing I know is …

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Wapa Studio | Ady Shapira | The Planktons | October 5.10

I adore porcelain jewelries! If you find it as beautiful as I do, you have to take a look at Ady’s The Planktons, her jewelry collection. Do you wonder what does the term plankton stand for? “Plankton are any drifting organisms (animals, plants, archaea, or bacteria) that inhabit the pelagic zone of oceans, …

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Student Break | Orly Montag | Made Of China | September 12.10

Orly is a 2010 Graduate of the Ceramics and Glass Department of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Orly’s 105 creatures are all about industrial duplication and the world of singular art. “Consumerism that includes mass production, led me to explore the possibilities that come from combining a mass produced product and a …

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