5 Clay & Ceramic Artists you really should take a look at

What we make today bears minimal or no personal touch at all. I mean, the majority of stuff we can find around us, at home or in public places, is somewhat cookie-cutter objects. Here they come pottery and ceramic compositions, that are still made with hands and sometimes even on a wheel. 

Artists can literally leave their own signatures on the ceramic pieces; and here it comes a captivating yet struggling concept: “perfectly imperfect”. The more imperfect one clay creation is, the more it has personality. In ceramic pieces, you won’t find a “standard” and cookie-cutter shape.  Each one is a unique piece, different from the others. One won’t ever get two identical pieces. 

Did we pique your curiosity? Then let’s dive into the romantic and charming old-fashioned atmosphere of clay and ceramic art. Here is our selection of artists that you really should take a look at.

Federica Massimi

Fruits, veggies, chili peppers but also anatomical hearts! Bravo, Federica;  ton trompe l’oeil est magnifique!


Minimal, ethnic and brutalist Tajimi ceramic pieces.

Tommaso Turchet

Feel nostalgic? Get back to the good old times with ceramic pipes!

Daria Dazzan

Handmade functional and artistic pieces. Irregular, organic and unique, of course.

Kiera Pottery

Only good 90s vibes here; pop colours and smiley faces.



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