Serene Ceramics by Emogayu

Serene Ceramics by Emogayu

Ronee Saroff
Nov 5, 2009

If Haiku were a three-dimensional art form, Japanese artist Yuri Fukuda (a.k.a. Emogayu) would be a master of it. A recent exhibit at the Archip Gallery Theater in Brooklyn, New York featured the artist's Volcanoes, a series of hand-crafted earthenware vessels inspired by the natural energy of flowing lava.

Whether displaying fresh flowers, climbing plants, or candles, we think these vessels would bring harmony to any interior. And at around $100, they're relatively affordable for one-of-a-kind, limited edition pieces.

You can view the full collection on her site. While you're there, be sure to check out her bilingual blog, which features stunning nature photography coupled with austere, but graceful poetry. In the artist's own words, "This is pure and beautiful house party."

Via: Cool Hunting

Images: Yuri Fukuda

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