Atelier Ceramic 

Ceramik B. was founded by in 2007, by a Montreal based ceramicist by the name of Basma Osama. They produce refined porcelain pieces that offers a pure and subdued palette. Their collection of tableware reflects evidence of their love of minimalism where the line and the silhouette are the foremost elements. Each pieces is carefully hand-crafted in an organic form. 



Talent beyond words

His portfolio is so interesting and inspiring it gives me the chills and Flikr honestly doesn't give his work justice. I was so surprised to find out that he had only been shooting for two years! yup you can check out the article here if your as intrigued as I am. Sean's also selling prints of his work so if your interested you can contact him here.   




Secrets Are The Things We Grow

Such an beautiful series from Kris Knight a Toronto based painter.

"Canadian artist Kris Knight paints a cast of characters who consciously conceal aspects of themselves from those around them. They hide truths of who they are, where they come from and whom they love. They fear shame, rejection, gossip and embarrassment. They whisper stories but never want the story to be about them. Secrets have roots, they have currency, they accumulate and grow with time; some are short lived, while others haunt generations. Knight’s character’s front, they put on airs, and they pass; some bluff while others reveal their confessions without saying a word. 
Stemmed from personal stories, these young men isolate themselves from those around them. Some of Knight’s portraits appear as islands, while other paintings portray the bonds formed when secrets are revealed to those held closest. Within these portraits are references to the garden and exercises in pattern work representing how secrets are rooted and grow with time and sometimes take over. These ambiguous portraits depict the balancing act of deeply holding secrets but longing to let them "



Without words

we're left to consider whether love and attraction can break through the impasse of human intolerance.


Take on an idea

is a visual experiment that ended up being my final project as a student. It's a short film that shows the process we have learned to use when approaching new briefs. How different techniques and tools can help you in the creative part when trying to come up with ideas.