Lost Dogs: A show by Eleonor Boström

I’ve a soft spot for ceramics, so when I know of a show that’s opening online where I get to gawk at limited edition pieces, you can bet your Wacom tablet that I’ll be there.

Right now there’s a new show up at eyra, and it’s an exclusive ceramics-only show by Eleonor Boström that features, boats and dogs inspired by her old canine. She’s a ceramic artist from Stockholm, Sweden who currently lives and works in Berlin. According to Eleonor, her inspiration for the show ‘Lost Dogs’ “comes from childhood cartoons (many of them made by Per Åhlin or Don Bluth), the sea and my old dog Tess.”

There’s more over at eyra’s website, and these collectibles are up for sale starting today!

  art, ceramics, illustration, inspiration


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