pia baastrup ceramics

posted by the scholar on June 12th, 2008
filed under: clay

please bear with me while i take my time being completely enchanted by pretty things! i love these delicate yet sturdy porcelain pieces from the paperboat collection of danish ceramic artist pia baastrup. she makes the models in paper first, then rolls out the porcelain and crafts the collection, offered in white and pale turquoise, by hand. i really love the soft details on the folded edges and the demure please-touch shapes.

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pia, who is inspired by silence, the sea, light and shells, is slightly elusive — i cannot find a personal website or here anywhere! but our european friends can purchase these gorgeous pieces on the craft2eu website. lucky them.

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2 Responses to “pia baastrup ceramics”

  1. sosser Says:

    i love everything about these… the colors, shapes, translucency and glossy glazes! a great find!

  2. the scholar Says:

    i want to bite them.

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