Designer Desks (1) Florian Kallus (2) Herman Miller (3) CB2 (4) Nueva Linea (5) Brave Space Design

Designer Desks (1) Florian Kallus (2) Herman Miller (3) CB2 (4) Nueva Linea (5) Brave Space Design

Florian Kallus, escritorio y lampara, mesa con luz incorporada de Florian Kallus

Florian Kallus, escritorio y lampara, mesa con luz incorporada de Florian Kallus

Alison Britton, Upland, 2015 © Alison Britton and Philip Sayer At the V&A until September 4 2016

Alison Britton, Upland, 2015 © Alison Britton and Philip Sayer At the V&A until September 4 2016

Alison Britton, White and Brown Pot, Big Spout, 1990 © Victoria and Albert Museum. Alison Britton: Content and Form at the V&A until September 4 2016.

Alison Britton, White and Brown Pot, Big Spout, 1990 © Victoria and Albert Museum. Alison Britton: Content and Form at the V&A until September 4 2016.

Alison Britton OBE RA (born 4 May 1948)[1] is a British ceramic artist, with an international reputation,[2] known for her large sculptural, slab built vessels

Alison Britton OBE RA (born 4 May 1948)[1] is a British ceramic artist, with an international reputation,[2] known for her large sculptural, slab built vessels

Artsy Editorial: Up and Coming: A Young Curator Shows Us How Design Can Transform Space—Starting with His Own

Artsy Editorial: Up and Coming: A Young Curator Shows Us How Design Can Transform Space—Starting with His Own

Nathalie du Pasquier, 'Nathalie Du Pasquier Limited Edition Portfolio in collaboration with Colpa and SFMOMA A+D,' , San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Nathalie du Pasquier, 'Nathalie Du Pasquier Limited Edition Portfolio in collaboration with Colpa and SFMOMA A+D,' , San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)


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The vases are authentic antique vases which could just as easily have stood in a collection in a historical museum in China. Yet it is not contempt for China’s history and tradition that lies behind this harsh treatment of the fine old antiques – on the contrary. His use of the vases should rather be seen as a Dadaistic gesture, as black humour and as a political comment on the organized destruction of cultural and historical values that took place, especially during the Cultural Revolution…

The vases are authentic antique vases which could just as easily have stood in a collection in a historical museum in China. Yet it is not contempt for China’s history and tradition that lies behind this harsh treatment of the fine old antiques – on the contrary. His use of the vases should rather be seen as a Dadaistic gesture, as black humour and as a political comment on the organized destruction of cultural and historical values that took place, especially during the Cultural Revolution…

jmjammy: Takuro Kuwata Platinum decorated stone-burst ball, 2013 porcelain, stone 4.33 × 10.83 × 6.89 inches

jmjammy: Takuro Kuwata Platinum decorated stone-burst ball, 2013 porcelain, stone 4.33 × 10.83 × 6.89 inches

Pablo Picasso, "La chouette (The Owl)", 1952. Museum Ludwig, Cologne/Schenkung Ludwig, Photo: © Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Britta Schlier, © Bildrecht, Vienna, 2016

Pablo Picasso, "La chouette (The Owl)", 1952. Museum Ludwig, Cologne/Schenkung Ludwig, Photo: © Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Britta Schlier, © Bildrecht, Vienna, 2016

An international research team comprised of English, Spanish, and Brazilian universities may have developed a new type of cement made from ceramic waste such as toilets, bathtubs, and basins, which could even be stronger than various cements used around the world.

Green Cement Made From Toilets and Bathtubs May be Stronger Than Traditional Mixtures

An international research team comprised of English, Spanish, and Brazilian universities may have developed a new type of cement made from ceramic waste such as toilets, bathtubs, and basins, which could even be stronger than various cements used around the world.

Scott and Tyson Reeder: Garbage Ceramics

Scott and Tyson Reeder: Garbage Ceramics

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