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Espresso Cup by Lukas Bast Design

3D printed porcelain mugs are finished with willow wigs in this Espresso Cup collection by Lukas Bast Design. The minimal shape of the mugs is nicely accentuated by the organic mass of the twigs and also provide an interesting haptic experience not usually associated with mugs.

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Tax Return: the freelance designer's nightmare

Literally. I have had nightmares about my tax return through the years. We’re in January, and you’ve only got 21 days left to complete your tax return. 2,109 more words

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15 Cutesy Shoes That Channel Paris Hilton Circa the 2000s

The latest crop of designer shoes will leave you saying, “That’s hot.”

Known for her cutesy style and love of all things luxury, Paris Hilton skyrocketed to fame in the early 2000s after appearing on the hit show “The Simple Life” with co-star Nicole Richie (yes, the show where two socialites lived on a farm). 172 more words

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The Shapes Collection by AANDERSSON

Shapes by AANDERSSON is a five piece mug collection that explores the functional application of various geometric shapes in isolation and in pairs. Attached to a simple cylindrical body, a triangle becomes a mug handle. 57 more words

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Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors by Dimitri Bähler

In Volumes, Patterns, Textures, and Colors, Swiss designer Dimitri Bähler explores the concept of usefulness in our homes. Playing with the archetypal purpose of ceramic vessels, the collection features shallow dishes, some with irregular surfaces and chunky vases in bright colors. 54 more words

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Lightfoot Jewerly by Erin Lightfoot

Erin Lightfoot is an Australian print and ceramics designer who creates contemporary porcelain jewelry pieces working out of her Brisbane studio. Pattern and color is integral to Erin’s work, building intricate geometric compositions with a carefully considered color palette. 18 more words

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Manantial by Martín Azúa

In a new exhibition, Manantial, Spanish designer Martín Azúa explores the relationship between ceramics and nature. Azúa’s in interest in the subject matter started in 1999, when he began leaving porous ceramic vases in the Urederra river in Navarra, in an attempt to capture the natural stain of the river. 93 more words

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