Very International People Search: Ceramics and Pottery
How to wear a sweater dress | Jess Cartner-Morley
For those of us trying to break free of our lockdown loungewear, there is no better autumn outfit Every time I wear a sweater dress I wonder why I ever wear anything else...
1 day ago - The Guardian
On a Corfu Olive Farm, a Much Longed-For Reunion of Friends
Since moving to the island full-time, Christina Martini of Ancient Greek Sandals and her husband, Apostolos Porsanidis-Kavvadias, have built a true home, one they enjoy sharing...
2 days ago - NYT
Processing life through pottery: 'At every stage, you can stuff it up'
After her parents passed away in 2019, Fiona MacKay found a new perspective on life, thanks to her art.
4 days ago - Stuff
Ten amazing UK escapes for art-lovers
From bronzes in Somerset to ceramics at Chatsworth House and an art deco hotel in Gateshead, combine seeing great art with a stylish stay Questions of identity and power...
6 days ago - The Guardian
An L.A. artist honors a life lost by re-creating a classic Nike sneaker from porcelain
'Ceramics has become a means of escape for me - a reprieve from social media, the latest trends and the hype of sneaker releases,' says artist London James.
12 days ago - LA Times
Meet the Korean dancer whose houseplant obsession inspired her new career in ceramics
At one time, Mipa Shin roomed with more than 100 houseplants in her Koreatown apartment. She now creates ceramic planters to 'dress up' plants in the garage of her Cypress Park...
14 days ago - LA Times
A Ceramist Inspired by Folklore and the British Countryside
In Somerset, the artist Prue Piper has spent decades forging connections between her pottery, her garden and the myths entwined with the landscape.
14 days ago - NYT
How to Style a Table for a Laid-Back Summer Meal
A trio of consummate hosts - a creative director, a chef and a florist - share their tips about lighting, dinnerware, decoration and more.
2 monthes ago - NYT
Inside Kate Newby's creative family home, built up from a 1970s pottery
Contemporary artist Kate Newby has returned to her family's property at Te Henga for a peaceful yet productive homecoming.
3 monthes ago - Stuff
Cameras and kilns: Inside the whimsical world of this creative couple in Tīmaru
For the love of a good image... Simon and Nachiko Schollum have fun in their front yard photographing one of Nachiko's sculptures. Several generations of two families - one...
3 monthes ago - NZ Life & Leisure
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IWorld of Travel showcases its new approach on Croatia fam
A land and Adriatic Sea tour in Croatia was a coming out of sorts for the company.
At home with photographer, DJ and robot-collector Braden Fastier
Fastier was hesitant to move back to New Zealand with his young family, but it allowed them to get on the property ladder.
The beauty of ageing without fear or shame
OPINION:Approaching the ageing process with curiosity allows us to enjoy it on our own terms, says Ensemble co-founder Rebecca Wadey.
Dai Henwood on quitting alcohol, meditation and being buried alive
The 7 Days star was once the powder keg of Kiwi comedy. But these days, nothing soothes him like a cuppa and some meditation.
Leah McFall. on soup. Yes, really, soup
OPINION: Why does the soup course endure, unblinking, little changed, unwilling to acknowledge the times? Soup is the tuatara of the restaurant menu.
Made-to-order: The rising popularity of fashion created especially for you
Made-to-order is the way of the future, according to some in the fashion industry. It's also the approach of some of our most exciting young designers
Deep-fried kiwifruit and Katsu curry: Six of the best cheap eats in Queenstown
Queenstown: where you can have a side of adventurous food with your tourism activities.
Paula Bennett on menopause: 'I thought I was too young and bullet-proof'
At 47, Paula Bennett thought she was too young to be going through menopause. Realising she was wrong changed everything.
The good oat: How farmers are investing in the future of plant-derived milks
Kiwis were flying their oats to Sweden to be processed, but a new Southland plant will change all that.
Recipe: Spring frittata
Got lots of eggs? A glut of asparagus? Course you do, it's spring. So why not give this picnic-friendly creation a whirl?