Sunday, November 30, 2008

Tree Ornament

These little 3.5" ratties don't mind hanging by their tails, especially if the tree looks as good as they do. White as snow, they can even decorate the mantle, protecting your favorite holiday card display. Fifty bucks a pop.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008


We are all going to do the best we can to take a well deserved break this weekend. In the meantime - check out Guy's turkey head salt and pepper shakers.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Ten Times - project #3

Our newest Ten Times piece - "Log Hooks". The ten times project once again means that we take ten objects and make them ten times better, in a limited edition of ten, charging ten times the cost of the original item. To see project one, click here. Project two, click here.
Wooden bathroom hooks, with porcelain logs screwed into the top of each hook. Fully functional - a little more fancy.
10" x 7.5". Wood and porcelain, 2008. Limited edition of 10. 20.00 each

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Flipping Eras: Industrial Age Techniques Reemerge in the Studio Process

NFDC was invited to exhibit in the Flipping Eras exhibition at the Ohio State University. On top is the brick kicker, and 3 Bears Headlights. Above, our hanging lights attracted swarms.

Sunday, November 16, 2008


We are getting ready for a couple shows next month, and making tons of cups along the way. Here is the newest batch of invasive species dinnerware on bone china. Also - we have some beautiful new studio porcelain as well - pictures coming soon.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Other Projects From The NFDC studio

This is another one incredible projects we have been working on, here at the Non Fiction Studio,where anything can be made in porcelain. Hand Carved forms combined with digital prototypes, are cast in porcelain. This Minilith and Monuette project has exploded since the residency at the Dresden Porcelain Manufactory. Click here to see the origin of the branch forms.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

a start

It seems like we are forever coming up with more and more prototypes. This is a start to a hanging light - we wanted to create an embellished bare bones structure - and then go from there. So far so good. Later this week we are going to have tomato cages specifically built for this idea - stay tuned.
Tomato cage, tiny porcelain flowers, epoxy glue.