Anne Black is a danish ceramic designer that makes poetic handmande porcelain design.
Laura Itkonen is a multidisciplinary designer based in Helsinki, Finland. She works as a designer, an artist and a visual designer in diverse projects and manages both commercial and artistic premises.
Union City, NJ based ceramics and jewelry designer. Original designs in stoneware created for prestigious NYC restaurants such as Eleven Madison Park, the NoMad Hotel, Chef's Club, and Lilia.
Originally trained in ceramic design Simon has created award winning tableware designs and is a driving force within ceramics, tabletop and home-wares product design. He has worked with some of the World's most prestigious ceramic manufacturers and has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK.
Romi Ceramics is a selection of signature vases and votives, hand crafted with a personal touch. Designer Romi Hefetz specializes in the art and science of clay and porcelain slip casting, makes and finishes each unique piece by hand at her studio in Long Island City, New York.
Peter Glad is a danish ceramic designer with a strong vision on form. As a member of the new generation of danish design and crafts, Peter continues the style and tradition inherent in danish and Scandinavian history while pioneering the future of contemporary ceramics.
Contemporary ceramic design incorporating light with fibre optic cables and LEDs by Peter Biddulph.
Simone Solomon graduated Central Saint Martins in London with First Class Honours. She worked as an apprentice with Caroline Wyman, who works solely in porcelain. Since graduation Simone has established studious first in London and later at her Home in Reut, Israel. Her work has been exhibited in London, Malmo and of late at the 3rd Biennale of Ceramics at the Ha'aretz Museum in Tel Aviv. In her site you can find samples of her ceramic design work: Bowls, Jars, Cups and more.
Echo Of Deco is a British Studio Pottery designing and hand making innovative ceramics, inspired by the exciting geometric Art Deco designs of the 1920/30s.