Fold - A new body of work exploring the physical edge of materials. Please get in touch for enquires
Unfinished Business - Welcome to Wasteland 2019 for NGV Melbourne Design Week
'Limoncello’ brings Tantri’s cliff face terrazzo forms with my new ‘Bumped’ cylindrical vases and signature warping. Tantri has skilfully constructed the forms, then given me the freedom to paint her pieces with glaze, using colours that evoke warm Italian summers, dramatic evening skylines, and calm, earthy moments in peaceful terrazzo courtyards. Each piece is unique, highly tactile, and is a bold and honest reflection of our styles.
Available at the Heide Museum of Modern Art
'Relativity' was a collection prompted by the M.C. Escher | Nendo summer show 'Between Two Worlds'. In this collaboration with the NGV design store, fluid forms of handmade ceramics offer a surprising counterpoint to the mathematical precision of M.C. Escher’s work. This exclusive collection of tableware includes vessels, bowls and plates and has been created using a black and white palette, which references the monochrome of M.C. Escher’s prints and drawings.
Available at the NGV Design Store
White freckle stoneware tableware and decor. The popular range is a simple, practical handmade table vessels, the perfect addition to any design-centered home.
Available at Huntingforgeorge.com
The thrown stoneware collaboration between Lemons Ceramics and Dowel Jones. For inquiries contact via their site.
The first collection released by James Lemon - A self-proclaimed clumsy potter, the accidental bumping of newly thrown pots resulted in Shaw decided to highlight the movement and imperfect handmade features from knocked pieces. The bumping of the work creates a beautiful physical representation of an honest humorous glimpse into the ceramics process and challenges set aesthetics of mass produced dinnerware. This process results in functional, unique objects featuring James Lemon's standard glaze in a considered variety of soft tones. 'Bump' has seen a very successful reception, a feature in The Design Files and well stocked in respected retailers Australia wide, appreciators of handmade ceramics are collecting these new pieces in excitement. The range is stoneware and food safe.
knife Handle, made from clay sourced and dug from the beautiful red land of Eppalock, land traditionally owned and bordering Dja Dja Wurrung and the Taungurung countries.