Inspired by cup and saucer sets from the 17th and 18th centuries, Lyla Goldstein enjoys investigating the relationship between these two classic pottery forms. In today's post Lyla takes us step by step through her process, starting with throwing the pieces on the wheel and finishing with her colored slip and sgraffito decoration (which would also work well with commercial underglazes). Jennifer Harnetty, editor
As a chef, Nathan’s passion for creating new dishes is twofold—he creates dishes and the dishes they’re served on. When thinking about a new bowl to create for a 2014 dinner, he found inspiration from a source not often associated with food: the g...
Our February issue, on newsstands now, features the David and Gladys Wright House, a Phoenix residence Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his son and daughter-in-law. As it turns out, an Arizona photographer is on a mission to photograph as many of Wright's designs as he can.
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