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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 $220.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, glazes
DIMENSIONS:
140 mm diameter x  165 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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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.

3D Printed "Paper Weight" Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $220.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
140 x 140 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.

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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Ceramic cone vessel designed by pépite and handmade by Lucile Sciallano
Ceramic cone vessel designed by pépite and handmade by Lucile Sciallano
Ceramic cone vessel designed by pépite and handmade by Lucile Sciallano
Ceramic cone vessel designed by pépite and handmade by Lucile Sciallano

Ceramic Vessel 'Vanilla Bean' - Small

Regular price $160.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Stoneware and Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
200mm diameter x 140mm 
ORIGIN: 
Melbourne


Introducing 'pépite edits' - bespoke collections of contemporary objects, designed by pépite, artist-made and exclusively available at pépite. 

For our very first collection, we collaborated with Melbourne-based artist Lucile Sciallano (of Alterfact and La Petite Fabrique de Brunswick) - together we brought to life an ode to the perfect ‘cone’. A simple form, yet so elegant and striking when all the angles and proportions are just right. 

This first series focuses on the same form in three different sizes and two different finishes - ’Textured White’ and ‘Vanilla Bean’. Each vessel features its very own variations in form, glaze and texture with no two pieces ever the same. These vessels look beautiful displayed on their own but are also functional as they are watertight and food safe so they can become part of your home’s rituals.

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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. 

Introducing pépite edits - bespoke collections of contemporary objects, designed by pépite, artist-made and exclusively available at pépite. 

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Ceramic vessel handmade by Mali Taylor, a Melbourne based ceramic artist currently exploring the parameters of coil methodology within her practice.
Ceramic vessel handmade by Mali Taylor, a Melbourne based ceramic artist currently exploring the parameters of coil methodology within her practice.
Ceramic vessel handmade by Mali Taylor, a Melbourne based ceramic artist currently exploring the parameters of coil methodology within her practice.

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $120.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Stoneware and Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
120 x 120 mm 
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. 

MALI TAYLOR is a Melbourne based ceramic artist currently exploring the parameters of coil methodology within her practice. Born in the Northern Rivers of NSW, Mali spent her childhood immersed in the beauties of the Australian landscape, which has undoubtedly influenced her practice.

Mali completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts specialising in object based practice and has since won and been a finalist in multiple awards.

Through the methodical and meditative layering of earthy clay, Mali’s hand-built sculptures hold time, invoking memories of archaic Australian landscapes. 

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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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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.

Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $280.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
240 x 110 x 100mm
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 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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ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. 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
ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. 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
ALTERFACT is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. 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

Drapes 3D Printed Ceramic Vase

Regular price $145.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Porcelain
DIMENSIONS:
140mm x 100 x 100mm
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.

Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $280.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
220 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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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 "Wall" Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
150mm x 130mm x 60mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

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

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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JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.  Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.
JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.  Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.
JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.  Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.
JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.  Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $150.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, Glaze, Luster
DIMENSIONS:
150mm x 100mm diameter
ORIGIN:
Melbourne - Naarm

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.

JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.

Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.

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Papaya Print
Colourful digital print by French illustrator Léa Maupetit

Papaya Print

Regular price $60.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Print
MATERIALS:
Paper
DIMENSIONS:
297mm x 420mm
ORIGIN:
Paris

Printed in France on a 300gsm OldMill paper.

 

LÉA MAUPETIT is a French illustrator, living and working in Paris. After graduating in type design in 2015, Léa developed her own style of illustration, based on the work on bright and vivid colors, with compositions full of life and humor.

In 2016, Léa published her first illustrated book, Les Piscines de Léa Maupetit and her original paintings have also been exhibited at the Galerie Klin d’Oeil (Paris) and at the 1905 Re-creative Space in Shenyang (China).

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Ceramic vase by Jade Thorsen
Ceramic vase by Jade Thorsen
Ceramic vase by Jade Thorsen

Ceramic Vase

Regular price $95.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Clay, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
160mm x 85mm
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.

JADE THORSEN is a Melbourne based ceramicist working from her North Fitzroy studio. Her practice focuses on wheel-thrown functional wares that sit somewhere between design, batch production and craft.

Jade’s background in Industrial Design formed her interest in ceramics and more broadly craft and ideas of slow making - a methodology she explores through her pieces that place just as much importance on the process as the final object.

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HAYLEY .A. WEST (H A W) is an artist, designer and educator. She has a BA Fine Arts from UNSW COFA and a BA Interior and Spatial Design at UTS. In the last decade, Hayley’s fine art and design background has progressed to a practice centred around ceramics. Working as a technician and artist educator in several ceramics studios whilst also producing a range of functional and exhibition works from her home studio. Her practice has a strong focus on design and the development of glazes.
HAYLEY .A. WEST (H A W) is an artist, designer and educator. She has a BA Fine Arts from UNSW COFA and a BA Interior and Spatial Design at UTS. In the last decade, Hayley’s fine art and design background has progressed to a practice centred around ceramics. Working as a technician and artist educator in several ceramics studios whilst also producing a range of functional and exhibition works from her home studio. Her practice has a strong focus on design and the development of glazes.
HAYLEY .A. WEST (H A W) is an artist, designer and educator. She has a BA Fine Arts from UNSW COFA and a BA Interior and Spatial Design at UTS. In the last decade, Hayley’s fine art and design background has progressed to a practice centred around ceramics. Working as a technician and artist educator in several ceramics studios whilst also producing a range of functional and exhibition works from her home studio. Her practice has a strong focus on design and the development of glazes.

"Good Eddy" Ceramic Cup

Regular price $60.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Cup
MATERIALS:
Stoneware
DIMENSIONS:
85 x 110mm
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 and food safe.

 

HAYLEY .A. WEST  (H A W)  is an artist, designer and educator who grew up in Orange on Wiradjuri land and currently lives/ works on Gadigal land in Newtown, Sydney.

She has a BA Fine Arts from UNSW COFA and a BA Interior and Spatial Design at UTS. In the last decade, Hayley’s fine art and design background has progressed to a practice centred around ceramics. Working as a technician and artist educator in several ceramics studios whilst also producing a range of functional and exhibition works from her home studio. Her practice has a strong focus on design and the development of glazes. 

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KIRA EDWARDS is a contemporary jeweller, utilising traditional techniques to make organic sculptural pieces. Her work is an ode to the making process, embracing the imperfections and beauty that arise along the way. Exploring texture, sculpture and mixed metals, her work aims to capture a natural ease.
KIRA EDWARDS is a contemporary jeweller, utilising traditional techniques to make organic sculptural pieces. Her work is an ode to the making process, embracing the imperfections and beauty that arise along the way. Exploring texture, sculpture and mixed metals, her work aims to capture a natural ease.
KIRA EDWARDS is a contemporary jeweller, utilising traditional techniques to make organic sculptural pieces. Her work is an ode to the making process, embracing the imperfections and beauty that arise along the way. Exploring texture, sculpture and mixed metals, her work aims to capture a natural ease.

Cuddle Earrings

Regular price $99.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Jewellery
MATERIALS:
925 Sterling Silver 
DIMENSIONS:
3.5mm thick, 20mm diameter
ORIGIN:
Melbourne / Naarm

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

KIRA EDWARDS is a contemporary jeweller, utilising traditional techniques to make organic sculptural pieces. Her work is an ode to the making process, embracing the imperfections and beauty that arise along the way. Exploring texture, sculpture and mixed metals, her work aims to capture a natural ease.

Wearability is at the heart of her work. With conscious consumerism in mind, her work is made to be worn often and travel through life with the wearer, with the hope the pieces will be passed down generations.

Kira’s practice focuses on sustainability, using recycled materials where possible and making small quantities. Her work is made with love and consideration from her home studio in Naarm / Melbourne alongside her tiny bossy dog Pepper.

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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.

"Crocodile Glaze" Loose Knitted Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $280.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
195 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.

Black Loose Knitted Ceramic Vessel

Regular price $280.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Vessel
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glazed
DIMENSIONS:
220 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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Small porcelain vase handmade by Perth-based ceramicist Annemieke Mulders. Inspired by elements found in nature, Annemieke predominantly works with slipcasting techniques to create contemporary ceramics with interesting forms and tactile surfaces using fine porcelain and stoneware clays.
Small porcelain vase handmade by Perth-based ceramicist Annemieke Mulders. Inspired by elements found in nature, Annemieke predominantly works with slipcasting techniques to create contemporary ceramics with interesting forms and tactile surfaces using fine porcelain and stoneware clays.
Small porcelain vase handmade by Perth-based ceramicist Annemieke Mulders. Inspired by elements found in nature, Annemieke predominantly works with slipcasting techniques to create contemporary ceramics with interesting forms and tactile surfaces using fine porcelain and stoneware clays.

Porcelain "Fused" Vessel

Regular price $85.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Vase
MATERIALS:
Porcelain, Glaze
DIMENSIONS:
100mm x 100mm x 100mm
ORIGIN:
Perth

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.

STUDIO MULDERS is a Perth based creative project of Annemieke who worked across the world as a scientist before becoming a ceramic artist in 2014. Her work explores the intersection of order, chaos, function, asymmetry and beauty.

She uses discarded vessels that are changed by cutting, rearranging or breaking part of its surface. This process of destruction and building up creates a form that is simultaneously fragile, robust, complex and simple. This inherent contrariness demands questioning and defies simple categorisation.

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Sterling silver earrings handmade by Melbourne jeweller Yasmin Hackett
Sterling silver earrings handmade by Melbourne jeweller Yasmin Hackett

Small Double Circle Earrings - Sterling Silver

Regular price $135.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Earrings
MATERIALS:
Sterling Silver
DIMENSIONS:
35mm x 23mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

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

YASMIN HACKETT is a Melbourne based Jeweller working out of the iconic Nicholas building. Inspired by nature and the world around her, Yasmin creates intricate, timeless and romantic work that is easy to wear with a story to tell.

Her pieces evolve from a design process incorporating digital drawing, collage and watercolour and come to life using ethically sourced materials using the casting technique.

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Enamel earrings handmade by Melbourne jeweller Jenna O&

Enamel Double Drop Earrings

Regular price $175.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Earrings
MATERIALS:
Sterling Silver, Glass
DIMENSIONS:
90mm (incl. hook) x 21mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

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

JENNA O’BRIEN is a Melbourne based jeweller who handcrafts colourful pieces from her Flinders Lane studio. Her work is an expression of her experiences and interests as well as an embodiment of her journey to date with inspiration being drawn from the colour, form and the materiality of everyday objects.

Each piece of jewellery is handcrafted using an enamelling technique, with no two pieces being exactly the same. Jenna graduated from RMIT with a Bachelor of Fine Art in 2014 and completed an Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Jewellery) from Box Hill institute of TAFE in 2011.

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Red Lobster Print
Colourful digital print by French illustrator Léa Maupetit

Red Lobster Print

Regular price $50.00
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OBJECT TYPE:
Print
MATERIALS:
Paper
DIMENSIONS:
210mm x 297mm
ORIGIN:
Paris

Printed in France on a 300gsm OldMill paper.

 

LÉA MAUPETIT is a French illustrator, living and working in Paris. After graduating in type design in 2015, Léa developed her own style of illustration, based on the work on bright and vivid colors, with compositions full of life and humor.

In 2016, Léa published her first illustrated book, Les Piscines de Léa Maupetit and her original paintings have also been exhibited at the Galerie Klin d’Oeil (Paris) and at the 1905 Re-creative Space in Shenyang (China).

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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&
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 "Wall" Sculpture

Regular price $180.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
230mm x 90mm x 80mm
ORIGIN:
Melbourne

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

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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