Ceramic artist Jono Pandolfi is known for his exquisite and original tabletop designs which include pillow top plates, chopstick holders, teapots and bud vases. After being commissioned to design Anthropolgie, Calvin Klein Home and Crate and Barrel, Jono Pandolfi Ceramics has also been featured in New York eateries including Eleven Madison Park, Cafe 2 and Terrace 5. Its pieces are also now being used New York's Museum of Modern Art.
Jonopandolfi.com describes Pandolfi's work: "The exciting work emerging from Pandolfi’s studio is sophisticated yet edgy, and masterfully executed. With accolades rolling in from press and fashion industry insiders, Pandolfi is a rising star in New York's design world. Recently his designs have been featured in New York Magazine , Details Magazine, Daily Candy, the style section of the Washington Post, television and films, ArmaniExchange.com, MTV, and more."
Pandolfi Cermaics and tabletop designs are on the cutting-edge of kitchenware and the work that continues to emerge from his Manhattan studio is only the beginning. The multi-talented designer also designs jewelry, furniture, throw pillows and bedding.