For the sixth time this year we’re bringing you a small collection of ceramic curiousities we’ve found online.
1) Cement Pattern 01z
This curiously covid-shaped pattern from Best Tile has some seriously funky vibes. These handmade cement tiles offer a touch of colourful vibrancy with a motif to spark conversation.
2) Ghenos Tiles
When searching for the artist behind the tiles in a home we visited a few months ago, we stumbled across these rich blue and mustard Sicilian tiles by Ghenos on Thats Arte. These traditional sea-side scenes are beyond charming and spark incredible joy.
3) Brazilian Agata
In Blu and Verde, Bisazza‘s Agata tiles offer up a stylised agate cross section. Designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana, the ripples and rings of the formation create an unsual pattern that blends nature’s imperfections with Pop Art effects.
These textured treats designed by Angelo Spagnolo for Botteganove reimagine the pentagon in a series of curved, semi-organic shapes. Three dimensional effects are created through the use of wet moulding, with incredible impact achieved when used en masse.
Inspired by Giacomo Balla’s origami style Futurist Flowers, Ceramica Bardelli‘s Fleurs collection offers us abstract shapes, intriguing turns, and fabulous colour combos.
More from the series
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, June 2022.