When we were looking for Singapore-based makers for our open studio 2019, we turned to our favourite discovery app, Instagram, to cast a wider net for possible collaborations. The wonderful algorithm led us to New Zealander Carragh Amos who had just shifted to Singapore a couple of months prior! Her feed of wood-fired wares and kurinuki cups caught our attention as it was quite uncommon among the other local ceramicists.
We thought it will be timely to put out this post displaying some good-looking tableware that has a touch of gold to release some 'feel good' endorphins while you battle it out with your family members during this 'Circuit-Breaker' period. This time, we will do one better by also providing some links if you feel like trying out a new recipe instead of quarrelling over that remote control.
When we were in Bali to catch some much needed sun and sea, we managed to sneak in a visit to Indonesian ceramic artist Sekar Puti's quaint studio and caught up with her over some delicious Balinese coffee and instagram-worthy views.
It's February, the month of love! With Valentine's Day around the corner, instead of the usual gift recommendations, we will do one better and highlight some of our ceramic pieces that have started the weirdest of conversations and... mini-arguments! As they say, one man's meat is another's poison. Him vs Her Tangan Accessory Dish by Rani Aryani First up on our list is this tangan accessory dish. A big hit with the ladies, this hand dish (although food safe) is probably not the most practical for the kitchen due to its size. On one occasion in our studio, a lady was really bent on...