The Brisbane-based ceramicist launches her 'Better Luck Next Year' collection - a series of clay trophies celebrating the losses of 2020. Gi...
Ceramic designer Layla Cluer shows us around her farmyard workshop in the Byron hinterlands.
Melbourne-based artist Lucy Tolan shares her new collection of wonderfully wobbly ceramic objects + what it’s like to be a full-time artis...
Guy Vadas from Céramiques in Elsternwick got real smart, real quick, to bring his beloved pottery workshops to a home audience.
Makeup and special effects artist Emma Bartik takes the plunge to a new creative endeavour – the soft, folded, forms of Voluptuary Cerami
Artichoke magazine editor Cassie Hansen unveils her impressive side hustle – handcrafted ceramics, inspired by architectural forms.
Meet the second year uni student making uniquely sculptural ceramics, out of her home in the Yarra Valley.
We visit ceramicist, graphic designer, and mother-of-three Sophie Nolan, in her serene studio on Sydney's Northern Beaches.
After celebrating last night at our fabulous awards ceremony, we are so excited to announce the WINNERS of the TDF Design Awards 2019!
Melbourne-based ceramicist Shari Lowndes of Szilvassy shares her first collection of beautiful, functional ceramics.
Ten of best creative collaborations of 2018, as shortlisted in the TDF Design Awards!
Melbourne-based ceramicist Jan Vogelpoel celebrates clay through her architectural ceramic forms.
From functional to decorative, here are the TDF Design Awards Handcrafted Design finalists!
A studio visit with Kate Brouwer of Asobimasu Clay, one of Melbourne's most exciting makers!
From striking functional wares to art objects, Tokyo-born Yoko Ozawa reflects on her evolution at the wheel.
After three-and-a-half years in the making, ceramic artist Dan Elborne’s 'Deathgate' installation is now on display at The Goods Shed in
Melbourne ceramicist Carla Dinnage creates a festival of colour in her latest collection ‘Holi'.
A chance meeting with a potter abroad inspired Rose Jensen-Holm to turn to the wheel, with a new exhibition opening this Friday.