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  • Joanna Bylicka, photo: Piotr Zakrzewski

    Bylicka boldly combines ceramics with furniture and strong colours with minimalist shapes, in her Warsaw-based practise. Read more about: Joanna Bylicka

  • Marek Cecuła, photo: © Bartek Bobkowski for TL magazine / Courtesy of Pro Materia, July 2014

    His bridging of the gap between design, craft and sculpture has been the defining characteristic of Cecuła’s work. Read more about: Marek Cecuła

  • Natalia Gruszecka and Jakub Kwarciński, photo: Bartek Bobkowski for TLmag

    Design studio founded by Natalia Gruszecka and Jakub Kwarciński. Their products are both functional and sophisticated in form. Ende is a newcomer in the field of Polish pottery, whose designs range from the delicate to the humorous. Read more about: ENDE

  • Natasza Grześkiewicz, photo: courtesy of the artist

    Natasza Grześkiewicz creates modern interpretations of dinnerware sets. Her delicate white plates are far from the polished perfection of traditional porcelain. Instead of a smooth surface, the artist introduces a rough texture instead of traditional edges, her plates are full of splashes, spots and unusual marks. Read more about: Natasza Grześkiewicz

  • Natalia Gruszecka, photo: Honorata Karaputa

    Designer of glass and ceramics using mostly porcelain. She hand-makes cups, mugs, and vases. Together with the designer James Kwarcińskim she created ENDE Studio. Read more about: Natalia Gruszecka

  • Maria Juchnowska, photo: artist's archive

    Maria Joanna Juchnowska is a Polish designer working in Oslo. First and foremost she does ceramics – she uses this medium to create both everyday use items, jewellery and sculptural forms, often accompanied by video and performance art. She is interested in craft and ceramics handwork and also in utilising industrial production leftovers. Read more about: Maria JJ Juchnowska

  • Bogdan Kosak, born in 1966, is a pottery designer and sculptor. In his work, he continues to mix his own creative work with commissions from large producers. Read more about: Bogdan Kosak

  • Tomasz Kulka, photo: courtesy of the artist

    Painter, ceramicist and conceptual artist, creator of installations and videos. Born in Wolbrom in 1979 where he also lives and works. Read more about: Tomasz Kulka

  • Alicja Patanowska and Magdalena Gazur, photo:

    Both designers involved in LessDesign take a similar social and sociological approach to design, whereby emphasis is placed on a distinct problem and not simply on the appearance of a given object. Read more about: LessDesign

  • Karina Marusińska, photo courtesy of the artist

    Karina Marusińska, born in 1983 in Piotrków Trybunalski, artist and designer, ceramics designer, organizer of cultural event and initiator of social acitvities. Read more about: Karina Marusińska

  • Mopsdesign is a collaborative effort by Joanna Chomka-Jaworska and Arkadiusz Jaworski, specializing in porcelain dishes - their creations are nevertheless a marked departure from the world of your grandmother’s tea sets. Read more about: Mopsdesign

  • Bartek Mejor, photo: Ela Lempp

    He draws inspiration from traditional handicraft, modern technologies and nature. Combining all these influences he creates modern solids which are exceptionally tactile. His cut, wavy and irregular vessels constitute a new young voice in Polish ceramic design. Read more about: Bartek Mejor

  • Katarzyna Modrzejewska, photo: courtesy of the designer

    Katarzyna Modrzejewska (born 1970) has been working with ceramics for over fifteen years. Read more about: Katarzyna Modrzejewska

  • Alicja Patanowska (b.1983) completed her studies at the Department of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, a Mecca for ceramic artists in Poland. Ever since Alicja Patanowska began her career in ceramics, she has 'found a new reason each year to love the potter’s wheel.' Read more about: Alicja Patanowska

  • Different – that’s the single word describing how the Warsaw designer treats traditional porcelain. Her dishes, lamps and interior decorations, thanks to their originality, are gaining acclaim and popularity in Poland and abroad. Read more about: Monika Patuszyńska

  • Karol Tichy, photo: from the archives of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw

    Tichy was an unquestioned authority in the Polish designers’ community, animating explorations for the particular qualities of Polish design, a field in which he had profound success. Read more about: Karol Tichy

  • Ceramics designer and a sculptor, best known for creating decorative figurines and functional ceramic pieces like coffee sets in spiffy new guises. Read more about: Lubomir Tomaszewski