made by hand: elephant ceramics…
Posted in handmade, homewares February 15th, 2011 by pia

How exquisite is this new range of porcelain and ceramic ware by Michele Micheal?  She incorporates the texture of homespun linen into the clay, and uses a series of painterly techniques like brushing, dripping and pouring for glazing. I adore the deep blue color palette and the organic, raw shapes. Without doubt this range will be used a-plenty in upcoming photo shoots around the world. Congrats Michele!

-All images by elephant ceramics.
-View the whole collection here.

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19 Comments

  1. Char says

    SO SO SO…STUNNINGLY gorgeous!!!
    Thanks for sharing.
    HUGS and Happy *Heart* DAY!
    Char.x

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  2. [email protected] says

    Absolutely beautiful! Loving the photography as well xo

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  3. Denise | Chez Danisse says

    Beautiful use of color and texture.

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  4. Julie says

    such a beautiful collection!!

    Cheers! -julie

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  5. Will says

    I LOVE Elephant Ceramics (and Elephant Props!).

    Hope you are keeping well over in AUS. Went to Paris recently and your book was so useful!

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  6. ibabe says

    Those blues are lovely, and not easy to obtain.

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  7. Mandy says

    Really beautiful, the colours and the textures, I adore ceramics.

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  8. linda dacey says

    yves klein blue
    always stunning
    especially so this range

    °°°

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  9. hybrid handmade says

    so so so lovely – coincidently I just pinned these very same dishes on my Pinterest board so recognised them straight away. The colours are just fabulous – and the texture too. Perfect and blue.

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  10. Alicia says

    WOW! this blue…!

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  11. Sweet Freak says

    It is sublime! I just love that deep blue…

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  12. Ameesha Lee says

    Beautiful! I will forever be drawn to all things blue.

    February 15th, 2011 | #

  13. janis - pinecone camp says

    The colours are lovely! I have to take a closer look at Michele Michael’s work.

    February 16th, 2011 | #

  14. dayle says

    gorgeous – love the colours & shapes! dayle

    February 16th, 2011 | #

  15. TERI REES WANG says

    Yes, these pieces are lovely in an almost fragile-earth-bound way.

    Cheers!

    February 17th, 2011 | #

  16. beth says

    dreamy, dreamy, dreamy

    February 17th, 2011 | #

  17. ros badger says

    Is that woad dyed?
    Gorgeous
    have a look at http://www.sophiecook.co.uk fo fabulous ceramics too

    February 17th, 2011 | #

  18. Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking says

    These pieces are so pretty. Love the colors also.I am new to your blog and I am so glad that I found it!

    February 20th, 2011 | #

  19. Molly says

    I love all the blues and the linen-like texture. Thanks for your post!

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