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Lollipots

When I started playing with clay, I was at a point in my life where I needed an outlet for my creativity. Until I discovered the world of ceramics, I really felt that something was missing in my life.


I've always loved all kinds of artistic media, but what really drew me to ceramics was the ease with which I could think outside the box. Currently, my main approach to clay is slab building, nerikomi and coiling. I use plate assembly for all my ashtrays, mugs and trinkets, and half-timbering for my vases and bowls.


As my pieces reflect, I have a real passion for bright colors, geometric shapes and quirky textures. All my pieces are handmade and unique. No two pieces are the same, and that's what I like to give people: uniqueness.


Maintaining a slow and sustainable manufacturing process is one of my main concerns when I create. I've always appreciated ethical and local craftsmanship, and it's very important that this part of me is conveyed through my art.



A look at what you will discover.



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