Hannah Bould is an artist from North London who creates tastefully simplistic patterns on modern geometric ceramics. Each one of her pieces is individually crafted by hand and wheel thrown. Bould shares in an interview that her inspiration ranges from Matisse and Picasso, to brutalist architecture. This is backed up by the monochromatic color scheme, the hint of abstract forms and the scaling of singular or patterned geometrical shapes.
With a background in illustration, Hannah Bould has an affinity toward good design. With regards to the physical manifestation of her work, she is not afraid to experiment with shape nor form. On average, Hannah produces 20 pieces in the morning, which she later glazes and decorates. Her modern geometric ceramics make for the perfect artisan housewarming gift or cottage dishware.
Geometric Modern Ceramics
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