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Explore - Ceramic Design

  1. Keiichi Tanaka

    02.18.14

  2. Tora Urup

    Tora Urup is a designer specializing in the fields of glass and ceramics. Since 2001, she has been running her own design company and producing her designs in collaboration with highly skilled...

    01.10.13

  3. Eva Zeisel

    Eva Zeisel

    Born in Budapest in 1906, Eva Zeisel (nee Stricker) created the department of ceramic arts industrial design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where she taught until 1952. Her ceramic works are in...

    03.10.10

  4. La Gardo Tackett

    In the late 1950s, Los Angeles based designer La Gardo Tackett (1911-1992) and his family spent 16 months in Japan and, while there, met an importer from Boston and developed the "Forma" line of...

    02.25.10

  5. Bjorn Wiinblad

    Bjorn Wiinblad

    Bjorn Wiinblad was a Danish artist born in Copenhagen in 1918. He was educated at the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen and pursued a career in a range of arts including painting, ceramics, stage...

    02.08.10

  6. Stig Lindberg

    Stig Lindberg

    Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) was one of Sweden’s great ceramicists of the 20th century, though, like many designers of his day, he worked in many media—including plastics, textiles, enamel...

    02.04.10

  7. In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    In the early 1950s Lucienne Day (1917-2010) shook the textile industry, inciting a host of copycats and transforming popular taste. Here we revisit a selection of her lively, original designs.

    02.04.10

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