Friday, February 4, 2011

The Mad Potters Tea Party at Strychnin Gallery in Collaboration with the New English

Its amazing to see an idea you had once actually get used by someone else..sometimes it can piss you off and go "shit they stole my idea!!" or you can just be happy that someone went through with it and actually how good the out come is.. because lets face it....if its a good idea someone will defenitly do it before you or its already been done.

Last year I contacted the New English, an incredible ceramics company in England. I wanted to collaborate with them to produce a limited edition custom designed tea pot and tea cup collection, featuring various artists from the New contemporary art world. I had to hold off on the project and put it on the back burner. So...naturally when doing my weekly hunting for interesting things to post, I found that the great gallery in Berlin, Strychnin Gallery has already done it and the collection

Well ill stop blabbing now, and get to the point. Have a look at some of the incredible tea pots, tea cups, saucers they have created. All for the "THE MAD POTTERS TEA PARTY" exhibition that opens tonight, Friday the 4th of Feb.

Here the details:

STRYCHNIN Gallery and UK ceramic innovators The New English collaborate to bring you custom designed ceramics by over 100 international artists


Ray Caesar, Chris Mars, KRK Ryden, Nathan Jurevicius, Brandon Maldonado, Matt Haber, Caitlin Hackett, David Stein, Seymour, David Stoupakis, Camilla d'Errico, Kristen Ferrell, Mimi S, Maxim, Chris Von Steiner, Bethany Marchman, Jason Jacenko, Daniel van Nes, David Hochbaum, Lori Field, Sophie Bastien, Francois Escamel, Christian Rothenhagen, Annie Bertram, Jon Jaylo, Wee Flowers, Elmer Presslee, Monique Lignon, Bird Reeynolds, Marmite Sue, Saturno Buttò, Martina Secondo Russo, Ver Mar, Rose Hardy, Dirk Larson, Scott Holloway, Edith Lebeau, Brian Horton, Skeleton Heart

Have a look at the whole collection here:
They are just beautiful!! Congrats to the New English for creating such beautiful work.

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