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Meet the Makers Behind Food52’s Ceramics Assortment, Mugs52


After an almost year-long collaboration with among the most gifted ceramicists throughout the nation, we’re so excited to introduce this 12 months’s Mugs52 assortment. Portions are restricted, so get your palms in your favourite designs (actually!) ASAP.

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1. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by A Query of Eagles

  • Studio Title: A Query of Eagles
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “We had been wanting towards classic & conventional transferware items once we designed this mug. Clearly, Cottagecore continues to be a factor with the sustained recognition of quilts and quilted garments and we’re right here for it! Popping out of Covid and with all the pieces seemingly nonetheless so unstable, it simply feels good to lean towards some extra conventional and comfy inspirations. We wished to make it slightly extra fashionable although so we pared again the design to at least one daring floral sample in a impartial palette.” —Melissa Tolar

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2. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Andrew Molleur

  • Studio Title: Andrew Molleur
  • Location: Kingston, New York
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “After I was initially designing my mug essentially the most tough facet was getting the proportions right. The deal with needed to really feel good to carry, the physique wanted sufficient quantity however not an excessive amount of and all of it needed to really feel balanced in your hand no matter being crammed or not.”

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3. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Aziza Mirzan

  • Studio Title: Aziza Mirzan
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “I wished to make a mug that was comfy to carry, with a superb steadiness of type and performance, and a lot of that’s within the design of the deal with. I discover making a superb deal with to be a welcome problem and am all the time tweaking my deal with design, and as palms are available in all sizes, I wished my design to be one which’s straightforward to seize, maintain, and use with ease.” —Aziza Mirzan

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4. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Base Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Base Ceramics
  • Location: Brooklyn New York
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “I make all my items from begin to end in a tiny 100 sqft studio in Brooklyn, New York.” —Catalina Parra

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5. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by BKLYN CLAY Made

  • Studio Title: BKLYN CLAY Made
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “We wished to make one thing that you might stroll round with and dip with confidence. Our No-Spill mug was impressed by boat mugs, Star Trek, and Ken Worth. The huge base and slender opening guarantee your espresso shall be protected on wavy waters or simply going from the kitchen to the sofa.” —Laura Vogel

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6. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Bombabird Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Bombabird Ceramics
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • What’s one thing about your mug (the design, its type, materials, and so on.) that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “I combine all my glaze in-studio and use distinctive firing applications in an electrical kiln to attain the specified impact I’m after. To realize the sleek satin end on this 12 months’s mug, it takes 22 hours in a glaze kiln!”

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7. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Carved Shade Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Carved Shade Ceramics
  • Location: Costa Mesa, California
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “With a historical past in graphic design, I all the time attempt for one thing clear, minimal and graphic. The traces on my Food52 Restricted Version mug remind me of how I like my life, balanced but organized with a pop of shade.”

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8. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Cheyenne Mallo Pottery

  • Studio Title: Cheyenne Mallo Pottery
  • Location: Olivebridge, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The design on our mug is a topographic map of a firetower hike within the Catskill Mountains of New York. The traces that create the design are made by a course of known as slip trailing (similar to icing a cake!), and are raised up on the floor of the pot, giving them a tactile high quality.” —Cheyenne Mallo

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9. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Connor McGinn Studios

  • Studio Title: Connor McGinn Studios
  • Location: Tarrytown, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “We designed this huge outdated mug for consolation. The angle of the deal with is designed to distribute the load evenly in your fingers when the mug is full and scorching, with sufficient area to slip 3 or 4 fingers by the deal with and wrap them across the mug as soon as it cools down a bit. We additionally added a little bit of texture to the floor to present it a pleasant really feel and slightly additional grip too!” —Connor McGinn

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10. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Convivial

  • Studio Title: Convivial
  • Location: Kansas Metropolis, Missouri
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “For the previous 4 years, Convivial has had the glory to take part in Food52’s Mug Challenge. Yearly we start our design course of with the identical type, our 10 oz Minimal Mug, after which we discover new floor designs utilizing conventional ceramic strategies, equivalent to reduction carving, hand painted glaze or making use of a wax resist design. Our hope is that somebody might routinely accumulate one among our restricted version mugs—understanding that every new mug will seamlessly slot in with any convivial mug beforehand designed.” —Danielle Coleman

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11. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Earth + Component

  • Studio Title: Earth + Component
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “Earth + Component is an eco-conscious studio run by a crew of ladies. We try each day to preserve assets in our studio from recycling clay, reusing water and all the pieces in between. To attenuate our footprint we shred all of our trash into packing supplies. Transport is plastic-free and our care directions are printed on a pack of wildflower seeds.” —Elizabeth Di Prinzio

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12. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Ekua Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Ekua Ceramics
  • Location: Lengthy Seaside, California
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “I typically marvel if individuals understand that your complete piece is stained, it’s not simply painted on. If it breaks it is the identical shade as the within. I put a whole lot of effort, onerous work, and cash into mixing my clays to look the best way they do.” —Sara Todd

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13. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Elizabeth Benotti Ceramics
  • Location: Eliot, Maine
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “Whereas making an attempt to defy my pure draw in direction of cleanliness and perfection this mug was an train in pushing me to be unfastened and summary. Pinching the clay and revealing the method by texture creates a fragile end. The ornament is a play on management and freedom to let the supplies inform the story.” —Elizabeth Benotti

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14. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Erin Louise Clancy

  • Studio Title: Erin Louise Clancy
  • Studio Title: Queens, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The mug stays each timeless and unassuming in its ubiquitous position in our properties. It capabilities not solely as a each day companion to our beverage of selection, however as a sculpture in miniature. After we attain for a mug, we’re subconsciously contemplating all the weather that go into making the shape: the precise steadiness within the hand, the position of the deal with, texture, and shade (to not point out how a lot caffeine we want).” —Erin Clancy

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15. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by FisheyeCeramics

  • Studio Title: FisheyeCeramics
  • Location: Catskill, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “This 12 months I made a objective of studying extra about glaze chemistry—the interior workings of glazes, understanding why they do the issues they do. The satin white glaze on my mug is without doubt one of the first glazes I experimented with, adjusting the supplies a number of occasions to get the floor high quality I used to be searching for.” —Kim Gilmour

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16. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Franca NYC

  • Studio Title: Franca NYC
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “We performed round with a whole lot of numerous colours and ranging line-weights, it took many tries to seek out the right steadiness that we felt labored collectively effectively on the type of the mug.” —Sierra Yip-Bannicq

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17. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Good Woman Pottery

  • Studio Title: Good Woman Pottery
  • Location: Northampton, Massachusetts
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “My mug’s physique and deal with are slab constructed, versus wheel-thrown. I begin by rolling out a skinny sheet of clay, after which minimize the items and connect them one-by-one. The method takes a whole lot of work but it surely’s actually enjoyable.” —Liana Marks

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18. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Handmade Studio TN

  • Studio Title: Handmade Studio TN
  • Location: Nashville, Tennessee
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “When designing this mug, I wished to create a bit that might remind us of the vacation season, however is also loved all 12 months lengthy. The center is a logo we will all join with, so we hope this mug acts as a reminder to decelerate and embrace the ample love discovered in the course of the vacation season.” —Morgan Williamson

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19. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Heo Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Heo Ceramics
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The coil on this mug is positioned at a deliberate angle in order that it nestles naturally between your fingers. My favourite a part of the day is the jiffy I spend with my morning espresso, and this element was designed to convey a heightened consciousness to these fleeting moments, as if the nice and cozy mug is curling up beside you, or holding your hand.” —Karen Tong

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20. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Resort Ceramics

  • Studio Title:Resort Ceramics
  • Location: Portland, Oregon
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “The largest problem of designing and making this mug was the clay prep work. I spent upwards of 30 hours wedging the clay to verify the stain was fully blended into the clay. Having the precise ratio of stain to clay for every mug additionally took a whole lot of math that I haven’t needed to do shortly!” —Sara Lioanag

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21. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Jeremy Ayers

  • Studio Title:Jeremy Ayers
  • Location: Waterbury, Vermont
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “My inspiration for the design of my mug is making a blended clay swirl of two completely different clays. My work is usually very managed and tightly designed so this can be a distinction to my regular sensibility. The glaze design of the piece is in my sharp, managed geometric design. The clay swirl is absolutely revealed within the unglazed portion, whereas the glazed areas is just partially revealed. The glaze is translucent so among the swirl design reveals by!” —Jeremy Ayers

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22. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Jono Pandolfi Designs

  • Studio Title: Jono Pandolfi Designs
  • Location: Union Metropolis, New Jersey
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “The glaze shade was the inspiration for this mug. We had been testing a couple of new colours to make a set of gradient ombre bowls for a Particular Version and one of many lavender tones that got here out of it was so lovely that we made it a brand new full-time glaze for our hospitality shoppers.” —Mallory Rice

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23. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Kendall Davis Clay

  • Studio Title:Kendall Davis Clay
  • Location: Fort Value, Texas
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “The inspiration behind my mug was a summer time journey to West Texas. My background is in portray and drawing, so it simply made sense that I’d begin making tiny work on my mug. The colour blocks turn out to be about deciphering my expertise of area and lightweight. I grew up in a small Texas city working the land—I’m nonetheless impressed by earth and the tactile nature of clay.” —Kendall Davis

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24. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by L’Impatience

  • Studio Title: L’Impatience
  • Location: Kingston, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “This mug is a nod to a restricted assortment of teal blue-colored items we did a pair years in the past. Everybody liked its wealthy and deep shade so we wished to revisit it as a glaze to present it some additional glossiness, contrasting much more with the white uncooked clay.” —Benedicte Leclere

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25. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Lail Design

  • Studio Title: Lail Design
  • Location: Catskill, New York

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26. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Lucy Park

  • Studio Title : Lucy Park
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “This mug was impressed by the thought of connection and help. It has a small sphere that shores up the deal with and connects it to the hand-thrown physique of the mug.”

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27. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Midsummer Studio

  • Studio Title: Midsummer Studio
  • Location: Portland, Oregon
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “My mug is impressed by the magic of straightforward, on a regular basis moments—like cooking a pleasant meal.” —Amelia Wimmer

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28. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Millstream Residence

  • Studio Title: Millstream Residence
  • Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “My childhood spent enjoying faux beneath the evergreens at our outdated farmhouse has formed me in some ways and contributed to the thought behind this design and my firm generally! Millstream House is an ode to my Amish heritage and this mug that’s handmade in Pennsylvania is a small means for me to maintain the recollections and legacy of my childhood.” —Janelle Stoltzfus

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29. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Mud Witch

  • Studio Title: Mud Witch
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “My designs are authentic impressed by the body-positive motion. That’s why this form is named a chubby mug.” —Viviana Matsuda

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30. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Myrth

  • Studio Title: Myrth
  • Location: Somerville, Massachusetts
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “We wished to create the sensation of a blizzard. Right here in New England hunkering down with a scorching cup of cocoa whereas the snow comes down exterior is a favourite expertise of ours. The black slip whirls across the exterior of the mug to present this sense.” —Abby Smallwood

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31. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by neenineen

  • Studio Title: neenineen
  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • What’s one thing about your mug (the design, its type, materials, and so on.) that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “Along with being hand thrown, the yellow graphic and stripes on this 12 months’s mugs are sketched on every mug individually and punctiliously hand painted.” —Ninon Choplin

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32. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by New York Stoneware

  • Studio Title: New York Stoneware
  • Location: Bronx, NY
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “Our studio is exclusive as a result of we run an city production-scale pottery whereby each single piece is thrown, trimmed, and glazed one after the other by hand by our small crew of devoted artisans. Each single piece is thrown on the wheel by potter William Reardon.” —Lyn Reardon

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33. Restricted Version Handmade Mug, by NonPorous Ceramics

  • Studio Title: NonPorous Ceramics
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “When designing this mug I wished to create a type that has the consolation of a deal with inside the mug itself. The lumps present the same maintain as a conventional mug by offering an ideal match between the lumps and your hand!”

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34. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Oxum NYC

  • Studio Title: Oxum NYC
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York

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35. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Outi Putkonen

  • Studio Title: Outi Putkonen
  • Location: New York, New York
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “Getting the curve of the stomach excellent and developing with a snug deal with that enhances the form with out taking away from the magnificence.” —Outi Putkonen

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36. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Peaches The Studio

  • Studio Title: Peaches The Studio
  • Location: Portland, Oregon
  • What was the largest problem of designing this mug?: “Creating customized coloured slip by pigmenting the clay to create colours discovered within the pure world. This course of was stuffed with trial and error—mixing percentages of various stains into porcelain slip after which firing the assessments within the kiln to see how the colours turned out.” —Julia Sherman

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37. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Folks By way of Vegetation

  • Studio Title: Folks By way of Vegetation
  • Location: Richmond, Virginia
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “This mug is impressed by Tulip Poplar blooms, with their saturated dusty inexperienced petals and pops of yellow and orange. We like to look to nature for inspiration alongside our most favourite mid-century thinkers of shade like Josep Albers. Walks exterior are a serious a part of our studio follow—we get recent air and recent perspective and limitless inspiration for shade mixtures like sunsets, moss, mushrooms, caterpillars, and tulip poplar blooms.” —Matt Spahr and Valerie Molnar

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38. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Pepper Stone Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Pepper Stone Ceramics
  • Location: Charlottesville, Virginia
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “Pepper Stone Ceramics is a one-woman present from creating the pottery to the advertising and marketing to the packaging and all the pieces in between. I particularly satisfaction myself on my glazes. They’re unique to Pepper Stone Ceramics and every brings a contented or playful vibe to my kitchen, and hopefully yours too!” —Anna Richardson

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39. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Private Greatest Ceramics

  • Studio Title:Private Greatest Ceramics
  • Location: Baltimore, Maryland
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “Each glaze colours—the yellow and pink—are made with out added tints. The colours come naturally from the uncooked supplies within the glaze system. I combine these and most of my glazes myself.” —Whitney Simpkins

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40. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Recreation Heart

  • Studio Title: Recreation Heart
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “I believe with most of my mugs persons are actually shocked by all of the completely different textures and what it appears like to the touch, maintain and place your mouth on the mug. The unglazed uncooked clay, the shiny glaze, and the rubber deal with all really feel completely different whereas being touched on the identical time. The mugs are individually thrown and fluctuate a bit in dimension and really feel, even the position of the shapes change from mug to mug. All these items, the small variations and the textural variations, are a reminder of what you are holding, an object very fastidiously and considerately made by one other individual, all whereas doing one among life’s most essential duties: nourishment.” —Josephine Heilpern

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41. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Rory Pots

  • Studio Title: Rory Pots
  • Location: Burlington, Vermont
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “I’ve just lately been enjoying with modular building in my lighting items and thought of making use of the identical intention and design into my Mug52 mug. It nods to a goblet or a chalice each in type and luxurious, however holds rather more modernity—why not really feel like a modern-day king or queen whereas ingesting your morning espresso?” —Rory Shamlian

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42. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Sarah Cihat

  • Studio Title: Sarah Cihat
  • Location: Nashville, Tennessee
  • What makes your studio so particular?: “My studio is within the yard about 50 ft from my our home in Nashville. I really like with the ability to go to and from my home so simply. It’s particularly useful elevating 2 little women to have the ability to shuttle rapidly. Nonetheless, my favourite half is the calm and solitude of my studio. I relish my time alone working and creating in my studio and really feel extraordinarily lucky to have this area all to myself.” —Sarah Cihat

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43. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by See Noticed Ceramics

  • Studio Title: See Noticed Ceramics
  • Location: Longmont, Colorado
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “The geometry of our first support mug is supposed to be playful—utilizing elementary shapes to create expressive proportions.” —Kelsey Julian

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44. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Steinicke Holst Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Steinicke Holst Ceramics
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “The mug is impressed by fashionable functionalistic design, that is straightforward to make use of, and exquisite to take a look at.” —Simone Steinicke

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45. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Stone + Sparrow Studio

  • Studio Title: Stone + Sparrow Studio
  • Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The mug has slightly hidden foot that you simply wouldn’t discover except you choose up the mug and flip it over!” —Kate Marchand

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46. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Tellefsen Atelier

  • Studio Title: Tellefsen Atelier
  • Location: Middletown, New York
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “One thing particular about my mug that somebody may not know simply by taking a look at it’s that I make all of my glazes in-house! I really like formulating new glaze colours and have developed a full rainbow of 17 completely different shades that I maintain in rotation. Shade brings me pleasure.” —Alexis Tellefsen

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47. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by This Quiet Mud Ceramics

  • Studio Title: This Quiet Mud Ceramics
  • Location: Lake Forest, Illinois
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “I wished to design one thing that will make somebody’s each day ritual of getting a cup of espresso or tea very particular. This mug is gentle—it feels clean in your palms and it’s large enough to bask in your favourite scorching drink. I additionally know that mugs’ cabinets are likely to get actually crowded, so I wished to design a mug that might be stacked to avoid wasting of that treasured area.” —Dubhe Carreno

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48. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Utility Objects

  • Studio Title: Utility Objects
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The utility objects wave mug is just glazed in black on the outside. The speckles proven are a pure prevalence within the clay that offers it a pleasant peppery look.” —Aleisha DuChateau

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49. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Vo Ceramics

  • Studio Title: Vo Ceramics
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “All items are one-of-a-kind. I didn’t use a stencil and simply freehand drew the summary design!” —Nhi Vo

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50. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Void & Type

  • Studio Title: Void & Type
  • Location: Denver, Colorado
  • What’s one thing about your mug that somebody would not know simply by taking a look at it?: “The sample on the entire mugs I’ve created had been painted freehand, no stencils had been concerned. I appreciated the randomness of every mug being barely completely different from one another though the sample is at first look nearly precisely the identical.” —Natalie Legg

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51. Restricted-Version Handmade Mug, by Wild Bower Studio

  • Studio Title: Wild Bower Studio
  • Location: Mountaindale, New York
  • What was the inspiration to your design?: “We wished a mug that felt cozy and rustic. It is a mixture of three clay our bodies, that we name our Toasted Marbled design which creates an nearly panorama impact on the mug like seeing the layers of sand, clay, and grime piling up over time. Every mug shall be its personal one-of-a-kind artwork piece and no two may have the identical sample. We actually spotlight the marbling by glazing solely the rim and the deal with of the mug.” —Nicole Helen Brunner

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52. Restricted Version Handmade Mug, by Wonki Ware

  • Studio Title: Wonki Ware
  • Location: Western Cape, South Africa


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