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Camilla Engdahl and Her Avian-Inspired Pots

 - Oct 3, 2009   Updated: Jul 12 2011
References: fromsthlm & design-milk
Camilla Engdahl is a Swedish designer whose ceramics, featured here are her bird and flower pots, are naturally inspired.

The creation of the Arla bird pots was organic. Camilla Engdahl says that aviary influences were not the inspiration, but every time she looked at her creation she kept seeing a bird resemblance.

Camilla Engdahl is currently sold out of her handmade adorable Arla bird pots, but hopefully she's busy making more.

Implications - In an increasingly digital world, art that is traditional or handmade appeal to the audience of art appreciators to whom tradition is important. Despite the variety of complex options for home decor, there is a large market of consumers who appreciate the effort and art behind something handmade and simple that is not mass produced or digitally enhanced.