StolenForm’s Ceramics Take Inspiration from Materials Found on the Streets

StolenForm’s Ceramics Take Inspiration from Materials Found on the Streets

London-based StolenForm began in 2012 by designer/maker Christian Marsden who found inspiration all around the urban environment from years of walking the city’s streets. Deciding to give things like bricks, manhole covers, and pipes new life, StolenForm turns them into sculptural pieces that also have a function. The industrial-inspired ceramics are slightly quirky, definitely eye-catching, and completely useful making them the perfect conversation piece for your home or as a gift.

The collection includes brick vases, brick dishes, coasters that resemble manhole covers, salt and pepper shakers in pipe form, tin can mugs, vases shaped like chimney caps, and more.

Each piece in the collection is handmade in small batches in slip-cast earthenware ceramic and then finished in one of their signature color glazes. StolenForm will we displaying their collection at Pulse at Olympia London from May 14 – 16th, 2017.

Photos by Yeshen Venema.

via http://design-milk.com/

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Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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