Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

July 24, 2014

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Oh lawdy lawd. If I had enough benjamins in my wallet (well, more like royal beavers here in Canada) I’d sweep the entire shop at Denmark’s finest studio: Studio Arhoj. Duh! They’re Danish, no wonder why the radness factor is off the charts. You gotta check out the rest of their – awesomely quirky – work after the jump!

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Beautiful Ceramics by Studio Arhoj

Call me crazy, but all of these drippy, glossy glazes look like colourful buttercream frosting melting off a cake, RIGHT!? (You too, see food everywhere, don’t deny it). Some of these pieces scream of happy and, though they are pretty basic shapes – circles, cones, spheres – the simplicity, colours, and textures take this whole thing to a new level, a level that all of the sudden becomes art. See, no need for fancy shmanshy bells and whistles.

Also, how cute is their work space? (pictured here at the end). Dreamy indeed. Let’s all just go to Denmark and pay them a visit, yes?


CREDIT
Images: Studio Arhoj
Via: Artsy Forager

6 comments

  • Lesley | Artsy Forager

    Aren’t these fabulous?! The cone shaped pieces would make the most fun & delicious ring/bracelet holders! Thanks for the shout-out, Gab!

  • Tine Nielsen

    I have just been very inspired… I want some of them pretty things too. Kind regards, Tine, Denmark :)

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