Sami Tsang’s sculptures, usually of people, are whimsical, colourful, cartoonish, and expressive, and she often takes inspiration from the Chinese proverbs of her childhood.
The Kenyan British artist is one of the most celebrated living ceramicists, with work in the collections of celebrated institutions like the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Kate Metten Ceramics is a haven for those searching for unusual ceramics. On Main Street in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, this new shop is airy, minimalist, and welcoming, with sunlight illuminating the handmade pieces inside.
For those who prefer their meals served with a side of sunshine, Hermès’ newest dinnerware delivers.
Designed in Vancouver and handcrafted in Chaozhou, all of Shuobi Wu’s ceramic work draws inspiration from his childhood near the water, but the Blue Collection is especially close to his heart.
Reaching 100 is an excuse to do whatever one pleases. For Bitossi, its centenary was a milestone marked by opening an archival museum. Montelupo Fiorentino, a town celebrated for ceramic excellence on the outskirts of Florence, is the birthplace of Bitossi and the site where a former ceramics factory has been transformed into an exhibition space.
We’ve selected some contemporary manufacturers who are making porcelain tableware with a modern twist by incorporating exciting innovations in the design or production.
Functional artwork takes the form of cheeky mugs with geometric handles in this new collection.