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CU·RA·TOR noun
\ˈkyu̇r-ˌā-tər, kyu̇-ˈrā-, ˈkyu̇r-ə-\
One who has the care and superintendence of something; especially one in charge of a museum, ZOO, or other place of exhibit.

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golden leaf on concrete
Tuesday with 18 notes / reblog
(via artist in residence - THE OBJECT ENTHUSIAST)
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(via Woodfire — No.)
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(via Desktop Deposits - Mel Nguyen)
Thursday with 78 notes / reblog
Craft and design: Grogged Vessels by Sevak Zargarian explore the liminal space between craft and design by mixing craft and industrial elements and processes during the creation of decorative objects. In the case of the Grogged series, grog (fired ceramic pieces), is mixed with the process of reverse casting to control the inside of the ceramic vessels but leave the outside of them up to the peculiarities of the process. This result in the random pattern of the grog on the throughout the body of the vessels.
Wednesday with 2 notes / reblog
Préface, Paris - Hab Gallery, Nantes 
yokohomareda
Monday with 3 notes / reblog
A CASE FOR BASKETS
Tuesday, 06 May 2014 09:00
Classic cane baskets are all fine and dandy, but sometimes we just want some wickerwork in the shape of a tomato. Or an acorn. Or one ripe, solo grape. We stumbled across this Flickr page from the Abbe Museum in our online travels, and it sure is making us rethink what a basket should be. Hand-woven from sweet grass and birch bark, and embellished with shell and bone by clever Native American craftsmen, we can imagine toddling down to the market with a cob of corn on the crook of our arm, feeling pretty happy about life indeed. (via a case for baskets)
Thursday with 119 notes / reblog
object and totem
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Enamelled rings by Calorette
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Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, 21 years old, from Iceland.
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studiomwceramics:

Studio MW Ceramics
TRIVET TRIVET TRIVET
Wednesday with 7 notes / reblog
PORTRAIT IN CHAIR BY AKIO HAYAKAWA
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KOIZUMI STUDIO - TETU KETTLE 小泉デザインTETUBIN(南部鉄器)
 Since establishing his own studio in 1990 in Tokyo, Makoto Koizumi has become one of Japan’s leading industrial/product designers. He approaches each project with the same emphasis on tradition & craft. His aesthetic has a modern with beautifully simple forms. The Tetu series was designed by Makoto Koizumi as a tool to captalize on the weight of the iron, made using the method of manufacturing Nanbu Ironware. size - ø 165 mm x H 150 mm weight - 2.2kg Material - Iron / walnut wood Made in Japan
Monday with 4 notes / reblog
Storywall
Product, 2013 The white tiles are the result of collaboration with master ceramist Alessio Sarri (one of the most talented ceramists, he collaborated with artists and designers such as Sottsass, Natalini, Du Pasquier e Morrison). The surfaces reproduce accurately archaeological fragments and ruins from the Museo del Castello Sforzesco di Milano, Museo Civico Archeologico di Milano, and from Musei Capitolini di Roma. Shapes coming from different times appear on the white ceramic surface recalling us that the past is still living in the present time: the space of the exhibition tells our Story, that has always been in a close relationship with Art. Virtual digital models of the archaeological artefacts have been acquired by using a cutting age technique and the prototypes have been used as ceramic moulds: it is an original project that explores the relationship between design, archaeology and craftsmanship in an experimental way. (via Storywall)
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Pedro Ramirez Vazquez; Metal Coffee Table, c1960.
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