It would be hard not to be charmed by the quirky one-off ceramics of Leah Reena Goren, an artist and illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. Although it appears that she is dabbling in a few different industries right now, they all come together through her love of illustration, not to mention her talent in this arena. In between working on her magazine, Sad Girls, and creating limited edition patterns for Anthropologie, she creates quirky one-off ceramics that look like three dimensional canvases.
From porcelain figurines that look as though they have leapt off of the pages of her sketchbook to dishware that boasts adorably drawn patterns, this collection of quirky one-off ceramics is made for those who wish to introduce some whimsy into the home.
Quirky One-Off Ceramics
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Tribal Ceramic Jewelry
Abstract Clay Sculptures
Hyperrealitic Golden Hearts
Organically Textured Ceramics
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