Emily Hamann’s sculptural ceramics studio, Ignem Terrae, is uniquely influenced by her previous career in fashion. After working as a designer for almost a decade, she transitioned her skills for creating three-dimensional forms with fabric into the world of clay.
‘Through the technique of cutting and draping thin slabs of clay the sculptures appear to float weightlessly, a reference to my love of draping fabric on a mannequin,’ Emily explains.
Her upcoming collection of functional vessels will be out later this month, playing with ‘classical ceramic forms from an ancient era’ – so watch this space!
Pricing starts from $280.
Where to buy it
Shop the new range on her website from late July, but her Sculptural Art is available through Curatorial & Co., Modern Times, Shop The Cool Hunter, and JamFactory.