hitomi hosono



Oh. Where to begin? The flowers? The detail? The golden bowls hidden inside of those amazing ceramic orbs? GAH!!! These are the stunning pieces of Japanese-born, London based artist Hitomi Hosono. Here is her description of this beautiful work:

“The subjects of my current porcelain work are shapes inspired by leaves and flowers. I study botanical forms in the garden. I find myself drawn to the intricacy of plants, examining the veins of a leaf, how its edges are shaped, the layering of a flower’s petals. I look, I touch, I draw.”

I love her black & white work {obviously} but she is currently creating a new, colorful series… pop over to designboom to have a look at those gorgeous pieces.






comments (12)

  1. Denise /// 08.07.2014 /// 6:38am

    Wow, those are all so stunning! What talent!

  2. Ana /// 08.07.2014 /// 10:26am

    There a part of my brain (quite a big one, at that) screaming:”Collect them ALL!”

  3. maggie /// 08.07.2014 /// 10:34am

    Those orbs are AMAZING.

  4. Tiffany /// 08.07.2014 /// 10:46am

    These are truly breathtaking! Thinking about the complexities.. The second piece pictured reminded me of Adelaide Alsop Robineau’s Scarab Vase. Gorgeous!

  5. danielle @ this picture book life /// 08.07.2014 /// 11:08am

    Gorgeous.

  6. lucy /// 08.07.2014 /// 11:13am

    Mud is magical stuff

  7. the jealous curator /// 08.08.2014 /// 6:26am

    yup.

  8. Sarah Whitney /// 08.08.2014 /// 4:31pm

    These are so fabulous!!!! The detail on the outside is exquisite, then you open it up to pure gold:)
    In love!

  9. melissahealy /// 08.08.2014 /// 7:54pm

    Rad! These sweater/cable, funk flower boxes are mind blowing.

  10. Shan Fazelbhoy /// 08.11.2014 /// 2:57am

    Just luv the intricate design and versatility of the pieces.

  11. julie @ tractorgirl /// 08.12.2014 /// 8:43pm

    OH. MY. GOD. I have no words. “Beautiful” just doesn’t cut it.

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