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7 Out-of-the-Box Ceramics

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Inspired by everything from pillowcases to quantum mechanics, these ceramic designers channel the surreal, the abstract, and the everyday to produce unique designs.
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  The sculpted eyeballs ornamenting the wheelthrown porcelain Giant Gilded Eye planter by Helen Levi are covered in a lustrous overlay with particles of real gold in it. This planter looks expensive in an entirely unique way.  Courtesy of: Helen Levi Studio
    The sculpted eyeballs ornamenting the wheelthrown porcelain Giant Gilded Eye planter by Helen Levi are covered in a lustrous overlay with particles of real gold in it. This planter looks expensive in an entirely unique way.

    Courtesy of: Helen Levi Studio

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  At 5 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter, Ed and Kate Coleman's Freke Bowls are made for function as well as display. With their shape and bright colors, they add an unusual twist to everyday activities.  Courtesy of: Ed and Kate Coleman
    At 5 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter, Ed and Kate Coleman's Freke Bowls are made for function as well as display. With their shape and bright colors, they add an unusual twist to everyday activities.

    Courtesy of: Ed and Kate Coleman

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  Clown-lovers will enjoy this head-turning outdoor pot by Dear God It's Me Isaac Studio.  Courtesy of: Dear God It's Me Isaac Studio
    Clown-lovers will enjoy this head-turning outdoor pot by Dear God It's Me Isaac Studio.

    Courtesy of: Dear God It's Me Isaac Studio

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  Milk, sugar, or oats? Bound to start a conversation, the white porcelain Ceramic Mug with Gold Hooves from Barbara Sniegula's Wrocław, Poland, studio brings surrealism to tea.  Courtesy of: Barceramics
    Milk, sugar, or oats? Bound to start a conversation, the white porcelain Ceramic Mug with Gold Hooves from Barbara Sniegula's Wrocław, Poland, studio brings surrealism to tea.

    Courtesy of: Barceramics

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  Ceramic artist Franceso Ardini's ceramic bowls draw their inspiration from quantum mechanics and the theories of Einstein.  Courtesy of: Francesco Ardini
    Ceramic artist Franceso Ardini's ceramic bowls draw their inspiration from quantum mechanics and the theories of Einstein.

    Courtesy of: Francesco Ardini

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  Hilda Hellstrom's studio produces many works, which, like this one, resemble rocks from other galaxies with their bright, dynamic patterning and unusual shapes. This pottery is truly out of this world.  Courtesy of: Hilda Hellstrom
    Hilda Hellstrom's studio produces many works, which, like this one, resemble rocks from other galaxies with their bright, dynamic patterning and unusual shapes. This pottery is truly out of this world.

    Courtesy of: Hilda Hellstrom

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  This vase twists together two objects known for the domestic tranquility they inspire. The Pillow Case Vase by Cara Taylor of Taylor Studio gives flowers a place to rest their heads.  Courtesy of: Taylor Studio
    This vase twists together two objects known for the domestic tranquility they inspire. The Pillow Case Vase by Cara Taylor of Taylor Studio gives flowers a place to rest their heads.

    Courtesy of: Taylor Studio

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