The holidays are imminent, and its time to shop.You are experienced holiday shoppers, so you already know the easiest way to do all your shopping is in one place. Scroll down to see the variety of items we are offering this year. Load up your ceramics family with the goods.
We are offering a 30% discount on all of the items in Books + Pots pop-up shop with the code: potbook. Just enter that code when it’s time to checkout.
Printed in Italy, Garth Clark’s latest title is in commemoration of an old friend, artist, storyteller, and legend: Beatrice Wood. In racy collage, erotic letters, and coy drawings of her friends, this is the story of Beatrice Wood’s ménage à trois with Jack and Rhea Case. Mama of Dada. Queen of Lustreware. Beato.
Elisa Helland-Hansen is NYC-born, Norway-based potter who works primarily with stoneware and porcelain. Her first introduction to clay at Kunsthøjskolen in 1972. In the 1970s, the establishment of new public grant programs for crafters in Norway and the right to negotiate with the government resulted in studio crafts becoming a clearly defined field. She is currently based in Rosendal, Norway.
Garth Clark frequently refers to these B&W cups as “The Perfect Cup.”
Edition of 25
The central figure on this plate, Katie, is one of a handful of Page 3 girls from The Sun newspaper. The Sun has controversially published a topless girl everyday on page 3 of it’s daily newspaper since 1970. It has been criticized for objectifying and demeaning women. There have been countless calls for the editors to voluntarily drop the feature and also calls for legislation to ban it. It has, however, been credited with increasing the newspaper’s circulation and establishing it as the most popular daily newspaper in the country.
The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection
In compelling essays, Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio relate their experiences in building the collection, while other scholars examine the various facets of contemporary ceramics. With detailed entries on 125 featured works, an illustrated checklist of the collection, and artists’ biographies, this book is a touchstone reference.
This plaque is part of a series of portraits of famous potter’s that were produced specifically for CFile. The line work on these pieces is classic Causey, energetic, loose, comical and yet cutting and precise. These portraits get right at the idiosyncrasies of the legendary figures they depict. In the Causey’s words: “Those folks looked as unique as the work they made!” Each plaque is hand formed. There are only ten of each plaque, so hurry!
We are offering a 30% discount on all of the items in Books + Pots pop-up shop with the code: potbook … just enter that code when its time to checkout. Happy Holidays, love Cfile.