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A promotional photo for the People from the Porcelain Factory exhibition, photo: Arkadiusz Szwed

W Rejkiawiku odbędzie się prezentacja serwisu porcelanowego "Ślad człowieka" wykonanego na potrzeby projektu "Ludzie z fabryki porcelany".

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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.

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Magdalena Trzcionka, photo courtesy of the artist

Designer associated with Silesia. Born in 1979 in Będzin. Her favourite material is glass.

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Selected works of the designer Bartek Mejor

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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.

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Łapińska finds Zen in illustration and in creating objects that combine strength with utter fragility. When she steps into her workshop, time seems to stand still and inspiration takes over.

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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.

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Monika Patuszyńska, exhibition Bastards & Orphans, 2013,  photo courtesy of the author

Monika Patuszyńska’s exhibition will soon begin in Jeroen Bechtold Gallery, Amsterdam.

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Marek Cecuła, photo: Sebastian Zimmer / Modus Design

Ceramic-pottery designer Marek Cecuła talks about putting a creative spin on traditional tabletop design at the Ćmielów Design Studio and the Art Food workshops.

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The project pays heed to the way our favourite delicacies are made all the more appealing thanks to the charm of a well-designed serving dish, dessert bowl, platter or saucer.

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From whimsical forms to functional aesthetics, Polish designers always had a flair for the unexpected - in spite of repression from the socialist government.

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The international project brings a tasty challenge to the table - how much can presentation impact the enjoyment of dish? Young design talents from London and Poznań tackle the idea to come up with truly tasteful designs for contemporary tableware.

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Oskar Zięta's Plopp stools. Source: Unpolished 12

From Ceramic Art London and Unpolished 12 in Helsinki to a Different Look at Porcelain in Wrocław, designers like Monika Patuszyńska are heading the ranks of Europe's young creative talent.

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Okładka (nid 6261750)

A broad presentation of porcelain pieces surveys the characteristic style of Poland's evolution in the decorative arts and the development of an innovative form and abstract pattern

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