Our makers never fail to motivate us, encourage our creativity, and fill us with inspiration. So, when a new design enters our assortment, we’re always excited to learn more about the person behind the product. Meet Liz Rodriguez, the maker behind our new handmade, floral kitchen trio.
Take a look inside Maggy Ames’ Manhattan studio, a shared pottery space filled with clay, creativity, and collaboration.
Step inside the pottery studio of JoAnn--creator of our most beloved product, Elwood the Rainbow Unicorn!
"I’ve had an attraction to collecting stones for what seems like eternity," says Donna Rollins, the artist behind Healing Stone Mugs and Birth Stone Mugs. Her creative cups incorporate layers of minerals, non-toxic glazes, and, of course, the signature stones that make them truly uncommon.
For centuries artists have been attempting to fool the eye with life-like painting and sculptures. In ancient Greece contests were held between artists to see whose paintings were more realistic. One famous contest featured a painted curtain so convincing, a rival artist attempted to draw them back.