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Maria lives here.

Maria Kristofersson is a Gotheburg based, clever and playful ceramic artist who's blurring
the boundary between art objects and everyday use objects. I've blogged about her clocks
a couple of times before, here and here. It was an indulgence to meet her for a cup of tea
yesterday and be able to sneak around in her inspiring apartment photographing.



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30 comments:

melinda said...

beautiful work. can't get over that clock.

emma said...

hihi, klockan! :) snygg filt i stolen där..

annapernilla said...

ser härligt ut, den är väldigt fin den där klockan och filten fin där i stolen.

emily said...

oh, i really really very much want one of those little egg shell-like dishes!

does she sell her work anywhere online?

Duermevela said...

that clock is so beautiful... I love it.

Fine Little Day said...

emily, unfortunately not. What you can do is to email her and ask what the possibiltys are to buy something from her abroad.

Celine said...

love her clocks!
her home is inspirational

marie-louise said...

Så jäkla fina ytor, hälsa henne det! Superfina grejer!

Lisen said...

en såndär stol tänkte jag lägga vantarna på för ett tag sen, vad som fattades: en sån filt! Oj va fin!

Lovely World said...

Maria has such a lovely way about her. Her home and work are a treat to see. Thanks

caramela said...

Thank you so much for this- I knew it's a good thing to see your daily photos before I go into my own studio to paint! so much inspiration! I have to say I love the plates , really looove!
Annamaria :)

molly said...

stunning, these. the wee red dress, the pushpin quote, they've stolen my heart, today.

christel said...

Very inspiring apartment. Definitly

vigdis* said...

*for et nydelig hjem hun har! ser ut som et sted med god stemning og mye sjel! tenk at noen hadde kastet en slik barnestol..men er det ikke slik:en persons søppel er en annen persons skatt!? *v

Kylie said...

Her work is just divine! Love seeing snippets of her apartment - the clocks are fabulous and those bowls are just gorgeous. Thanks Elisabeth. K

Bohemian girl said...

Pretty! Even the crack on the photograph picture is pretty!

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

wow! what gorgeous ceramics! especially that clock. thanks for sharing, elisabeth.

Letter Paper Flower said...

I can't believe how wonderful that clock is! Is there any place to buy it in the U.S.?

Fine Little Day said...

Letter Paper Flower, I'm not sure it is. But mail Maria and ask her.

Jenny said...

wow! love those b&w plates.

Jenea said...

Maria lives in very beautiful house!

lilla a said...

Wonderful clock.

rachelle said...

i'm new to your blog & just LOVING it. thank you for brightening my week! such beautiful objects. i'm all for blurring the line between art objects & everyday objects! blur blur blur!!

pepper said...

I adore those clocks! SO whimisical but functional. Lovely.
I am a long-time lurker of your blog, I like it very much.
x Pepper

ii-ne-kore said...

what a wonderful artist and insight into a home - thank you!

isabelle said...

her ceramics are beautiful ...

Milady Productions said...

that clock! :) so delicate yet rustic.

handmade charlotte said...

i really love her work ....

Term papers said...

great work ... nice postings ..

Kickcan and Conkers said...

So very beautiful.