Your Eyes Big Mug

Handmade in London, artist Louise Madzia’s ceramic Your Eyes Big Mug contrasts an elongated handle with an equally unusual figurative artwork on its body. The screen-printed character bears more than a dozen eyes along its face and body—and a reach that also defies normal proportion. Yowie recommends that you only hand wash this mug to refrain from breaking the handle.

Designer Richard Brendon Rejuvenates the Crystal and Tableware Industries

Ideas on innovation pass from a London studio to Stoke-on-Trent potteries

To gaze at London-based designer Richard Brendon‘s Reflect collection offers substantial insight on the history and future of an industry in transition. For the series, Brendon pairs gold- and platinum-gilded teacups of his own invention with patterned saucers found at antique dealers across Britain. Brendon honors his discoveries and intensifies their beauty with his own work. And it represents more than a clever product collection; …

“Will Play Keys For Cheese” Plate


London-based illustrator James Ward—who goes by the moniker Jimbob Art—uses cheeky animal drawings to portray humans’ innate desires. “I Will Play Keys for Cheese” is the perfect sentiment for the turophile in your life. Each eight-inch bone china plate is fired at a studio in the UK’s renowned potteries town of Stoke-on-Trent and is dishwasher safe.