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When it comes to ceramics of the super-lovely variety, we can’t go past Bec Smith’s minimalist handiwork.
Aww, sugar bowl thinks it’s people.
Born in Iran, Elnaz Nourizadeh only moved to Melbourne in 2013, but is already making a bit of a clay-flavoured splash.
Ceramic artist Megan Clarke builds little homes for little plants.
These ceramics veer somewhere between cute and gross, and we like it a lot.
Occasionally crockery comes into our lives that’s just too dang delightful to spoil by splodging food on top.
Melbourne lady Jane Kelsey has a knack for making speckles and triangles look really very charming indeed.
These little guys have restored our faith in spooks.
Look, breakfast is pretty great already, but it’s arguably more fun when there’s a bear with a party hat sitting below your slice of toast.
Next time you’re ambling down the street on a blustery day, pay attention to the fallen foliage around you – it might just be the thing to spark a creative flame.
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