We’re returning to Field + Supply but earlier than usual. Join us at the first Memorial Day edition of the show! May 24-26 - Kingston NY - Hutton Brickyards. more info and tickets here: http://www.fieldandsupply.com/
Earlier this year we had the awesome opportunity to be apart of Beth LaDuca’s photography workshop Halide. We contributed a set of Dune dinnerware and vases to the event. Here are some of our favorite photos from that day.
Beth brought together an all-star team :
Workshop lead: Elizabeth LaDuca @elizabethladuca (images 1-6 above)
Venue: Villageworks Loft @villageworksloft
Editorial Design and guest photographer: Gabriella Riggieri @ggabriella (images 7-12 above)
Guest photographer: Arielle Doneson @arielledphotography
Florals: Luna Moss @lunamoss
Videography: Willow Tree Films @willowtreefilms
Paper goods: August & Osceola @augustandosceola
Chef: Uncommon Feasts @uncommonfeasts
Hair and Makeup: Alicia Dane @aliciadane
Models: Mary Navarro @marebearry, Jordan Blackwell @j.blckwll
Cake: Soul Cake Shop @soulcakeshop
Jewelry: Store Ore @storeore
Wedding Dress: Ceremony @ceremony_boston
Clothing: Forma of the West @formaofthewest
Tablewares: Myrth Ceramics @myrthceramics
Surfaces: Locust Collection @locustcollection
Styling goods: @shopromanticist
Furniture Rentals: Kadeema Rentals @kadeemarentals
Linen Rentals: BAYITH linens @thebayith
Film lab: Photovision @photovisionprints
We were honored to be apart of the Sunday Suppers traveling dinner Sombremesa series this past March. The event was held at Moore House’s beautifully restored Quonset Hut in Tiverton, RI. We created two sets of dinnerware & vases for the two dinner series event. The first collection was in Dune for a lighter, cozy vibe and the second in satin black for a moody, luxurious mood.
Vendors and dinner partners:
Design, Guest Experience, Location: @moore.house
Floral Design: @greenlionri
Cooking: @benjamindean22 @courtney_goodrich
Dinner Series: @sundaysuppers
We’d love to show you around our small but mighty production studio in Boston MA! We have just under 500 sq ft in a mixed-use building in Boston’s Allston neighborhood. Our building is home to artists, designers, videographers, and architects.
A few shots of our clay prep before we make plates. We use a jigger process to create our dinnerware. For most other vessels we hand throw those on the potter’s wheel.
Eric and I using our jigger to make plates. We designed this plaster molding system with the existing Shimpo jigger arm. Last three shots are courtesy of our friend, photographer Gabby Riggieri.
Eric creates all of our glaze recipes from scratch. Each recipe can take up to a year to perfect. Last three shots are courtesy Gabby Riggieri.
The final step glazing and firing. We have three electric kiln in which we fire our vessels. Above Abby loads our largest kiln (photo by Gabby Riggieri).