Ceramics by Livia Marin

Ceramics by Livia Marin

From the series “Broken” and “Nomad Patterns” by Livia Marin

-Nomad Patterns, 2012, Ceramic, resin, plaster, transfer-print, 32 objects, Dimensions variable (Eagle Gallery, London)
-Broken Things, 2009, silkscreen on plaster, 68 objects, Dimensions variable. (House of Propellers, London)

(Images courtesy of Livia Marin / found via thejealouscurator)

Jaime Hayon/Bosa

Hayon has collaborated with Bosa Ceramiche for over a decade. Various collections have been designed throughout the years. A family run business based in Borsa del Grappa, is fully dedicated to creating the finest ceramic crafts. (As seen in Milan during design week 2014 in Ventura Lambate at Spazio Jaime Hayon

Fuorisalone 2014: Danish Design

Fuorisalone 2014: Danish Design. Three women designers stood out for Mimi Berlin at the Danish pavilion at Lambrate. Nikoline Liv Anderson with her fashionable heads made of papier-maché, yarn, stout fabric glass and acrylic. Marianne Nielsen with her Flower Arrangement in glazedstoneware. Anne Fabricius Møller with her “Street Print”. Inspired by English etchings from the 1600s she made a ten meters long cotton cloth and printed it, with a reactive textile dye, with objects she found on the streets.


Pamela Plant

Hi, I am Pamela Plant, I love plants. Although I’m a bit stuck in the sixties of the previous century, I do like my gadget’s to be the newest you can buy. The most comfortable place for me is my home. My newest gadget, a vacuum cleaner, is operating 24/7 ’cause it doubles as an entertaining center for my roommate.
Collection Fall 2012 Paule Ka (via kleidersachen)tumblr_mrgz4n6yyz1r18tzao1_500
Sixties ceramics available von MimiMall: Villeroy & Boch, Mug: made in england Pot: West-Germany
via itslaurenpham.

Rebecca Wilson’s Peaches

Rebecca Wilson did it again: She made statuettes which are irresistible for us to not love. Like her series Blow Me!, Dirty Rotten Peaches has a girly vibe, they are naughty and made with a great eye for detail, Simply Lovely! Dirty Rotten Peaches by Rebecca Wilson, ceramic statues available at Saatchi Online. Yours for only $320. buy now

dirty_rotten_peaches_rebecca_wilson(image courtesy of saatchi online and rebecca wilson)

“Dirty Rotten Peaches’ are part a body of work entitled Eat Me; Keep Me. The series focuses on the notion of self indulgence. In exploring the parallels between ‘valuable’ and ‘everyday’ I have drawn a symmetry of opposites between porcelain and confectionary items; both are similarly self indulgent, inspire desire and are coveted, but both are fundamentally frivolous. Found objects and fruits are cast in subtly stained porcelain, and details are delicately added using an icing bag. In ‘Dirty Rotten Peaches’ the innocent fruits transform tantalisingly into voluptuous little ladies bottoms sprouting delicate gold leaves and other unmentionable things.” read more on rebecca wilson’s site



The department store at Mimi Berlin with a variety of pretty products.


Mimi Mug.
From now on you can drink your coffee from this mimimalist mug!!

Available from mimimall

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