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Ceramic sculpture handmade by Rina Bernabei
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Rina Bernabei
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Rina Bernabei
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Rina Bernabei
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Rina Bernabei

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, glazes
DIMENSIONS:
130 mm diameter x  150 mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney 


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture. In 2018 Rina completed a traditional throwing course in Kyoto with a master ceramicist and in 2020 was asked to set up the 3D digital ceramic studio at Kyushu University in Fukuoka. Working within the Architecture and Design Faculty she ran workshops with students and with local craftsmen and ceramic studios. 

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RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.

Ceramic Bowl

Regular price $190.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, glazes
DIMENSIONS:
170 mm diameter x  130 mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney 


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture. In 2018 Rina completed a traditional throwing course in Kyoto with a master ceramicist and in 2020 was asked to set up the 3D digital ceramic studio at Kyushu University in Fukuoka. Working within the Architecture and Design Faculty she ran workshops with students and with local craftsmen and ceramic studios. 

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RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.
RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture.

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $190.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, glazes
DIMENSIONS:
170 mm diameter x  130 mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney 


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

RINA BERNABEI has been working in industrial design for the past 30 years. She has brought her love of earthy, clean aesthetics to clay. Her work encapsulates her years of practice as a product designer as well as the relationships between handmade craft practices and digital technologies and manufacture. In 2018 Rina completed a traditional throwing course in Kyoto with a master ceramicist and in 2020 was asked to set up the 3D digital ceramic studio at Kyushu University in Fukuoka. Working within the Architecture and Design Faculty she ran workshops with students and with local craftsmen and ceramic studios. 

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Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson
Ceramic sculpture handmade by Anna Gleeson

Tiny Ceramic Sculpture titled 'Wide-Mouth Pot'

Regular price $190.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Stoneware
DIMENSIONS:
100mm x 55mm x 40mm
ORIGIN:
New York, NY - USA


ANNA GLEESON is an Australian artist now based in New-York. Anna creates contemporary ceramic sculptures using traditional hand-building techniques which she manipulates in order to distort the expected aesthetic of a vessel, creating playful and intriguing sculptures. 
'My ceramics practice is in conversation with a vessel tradition and aiming to complicate and extend that tradition. Using eccentric and invented techniques I push materials beyond what I know will work and into some kind of failure. I deliberately set up new ways of working with that mess and complicate an existing mode of making. I'm curious to see how it will fail; what that failure might look like or evoke. Working this way feels connected to some of my earliest childhood memories of making - not being as good at it as I would like, not having the right kind of glue or skills and being anyway completely absorbed in the attempt; pulled chiefly by curiosity.' - Anna Gleeson.

 

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Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
180x 120 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
210x 130 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
190x 120 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain,  Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
190mm x 120 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
180mm x 100 x 70mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
210mm x 110 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
190mm x 120 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
230mm x 120 x 70mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.
After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.  Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
220mm x 120 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Warrane - Sydney


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

After working in music, advertising and law, KELLY BROWN became a ceramic artist.

Working in Sydney at Kil.n.it, she specialises in crafting timeless pieces inspired by ancient forms, huge urns being her favourite. Collaborating with interior designers, her creations bring sophistication and a touch of history to living spaces. Through unique partnerships with painters, she breaks traditional boundaries, creating captivating expressions.

 

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Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.
Porcelain vase handmade by Melbourne-based ceramicist Lucile Sciallano from La Petite Fabrique De Brunswick. Originally from France, Lucile now works from her Brunswick garden shed where she creates a variety of tableware using slip cast techniques and hand-painted patterns.

Porcelain Vase "La poche"

Regular price $200.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Stoneware, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
150mm x 150mm
ORIGIN:
Naarm- Melbourne

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding liquids.

LA PETITE FABRIQUE DE BRUNSWICK is a Melbourne based ceramic studio created by artist Lucile in 2014. Lucile was born in the south of France and now works from her garden shed in Brunswick.

Slip cast techniques are used to create functional and sculptural bowls, cups and teapots that begin with a prototype used to make a mould to cast the iterations of each shape. Using pigments to colour the porcelain, Lucile applies patterns by hand to make each piece unique.

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DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&
DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&
DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&
DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&
DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&
DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren&

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $90.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
155mm x 70mm x 70mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water

DAWN VACHON studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren't pots. Dawn can often be found throwing, handbuilding and concocting glazes at her home-studio in Coburg.

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Dawn studied visual arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, receiving her BFA in 2008. Since relocating to Melbourne, she has made a lot of ceramic pots and has exhibited a handful of ceramic things that aren't pots. Dawn can often be found throwing, handbuilding and concocting glazes at her home-studio in Coburg.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Small Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $80.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
95 x 55 x 45mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Small Black Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
90 x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Small Black Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
90 x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Small Black Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
90 x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Small Black Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
90 x 80 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

3D Printed "Paper Weight" Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $200.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
140 x 80 x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne
Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Olive 3D Printed Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $80.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
65 x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Black Knitted 3D Printed Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
90mm x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne


Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.
Porcelain sculpture made by Alterfact using 3D printing techniques in clay. Alterfact is an Australian duo composed of ceramicist Lucile Sciallano and designer Ben Landau based in Melbourne where they create contemporary ceramics using 3D printing techniques.

Black Knitted 3D Printed Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $100.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
100mm x 60 x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

Due to the nature of handmade objects, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. Suitable for holding water.

ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. Since graduating from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2013, Lucile and Ben have worked in tandem on various projects in different mediums. Their collaboration has culminated in the creation of Alterfact Studio, a platform through which to conduct critical research with materials and data translated through the manufacture of ‘stuff’.

Alterfact’s practice is currently focused on the use of 3D printing in clay as a small batch manufacturing process. They push the boundaries of this traditionally plastic-based medium, and play with its connotations of utilitarianism and gimmickry, as it moves into a feasible reality.

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