A collection of limited edition platters commissioned from a small group of international artists and artisans, the Platter Project celebrates the joy of cooking, entertaining and gathering. Collaborators were invited to make signed editions of between 15 and 25 platters on the basis of their technical fluency and aesthetic vision. This series of handmade platters is designed for family-style conviviality, but worthy of permanent display.
The Platter Project is an invitation to bring art to the table.
A ceramic artist based in Philadelphia known for his intuitive, expressive approach to form, color and pattern and knowledge of the history of ceramics.
A self-taught ceramicist from Los Angeles whose emphasis is formal experimentation and custom volcanos glazes made from clay and other raw materials.
A studio potter based in Norfolk, UK whose practice revolves around the production of elegant, minimalist wheel-thrown functional pieces.
A potter based in the Bay Area who creates technically masterful heirloom pieces intended for daily use and communal celebration.
A multidisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles who works in ceramics, drawing, painting and sculpture with a process-driven approach to building form.
Every year, a new capsule collection of platters will bring together works by artisans and fine artists from all corners of the art and design world, in a range of media, from ceramic and wood, to papier-mâché, glass and metal. An opportunity to work with a range of makers across disciplines, the Platter Project affirms the often overlooked relationship between function and beauty.
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