Calling all potters, ceramicists, artisans and designers!
We're looking for your best works in clay and porcelain— unique items for tabletop and home. Whether you make each piece by hand, or create a one-of-a-kind piece to be cast or molded, we can't wait to see your creative work.
Prize: $500 + the opportunity to sign a vendor contract with UncommonGoods.
Deadline: You can enter up to five of your unique designs by October 31, 2011 at 11:59 PM ET
It's Easy To Enter! Fill out the form below. Upload up to 5 photos of your work and send us a link to a video. If you want to show us different pieces, please make sure they're part of the same collection.
We'll pick our favorite entries to share with our customers on our Community Voting App. Our guest judges will choose a winning piece (or pieces) from among the top vote-getting entries.
MEET THE JUDGES
Jono designs and manufactures functional objects and high-end home accessories. With a background in handmade pottery and an interest in craft product design, he has recently started manufacturing his products in the state of Ohio where the clay industry once thrived. Pandolfi lives and works in Jersey City.
Alice was born and raised in Chicago and has lived in New York City since 1984. Alice learned ceramics by trial and error, inspired by ancient ceramics and art seen on her travels. Together, the textured exterior and tranquil interiors she creates on her wares embody a timeless quality.
Sarah Stenseng translates ideas into new products as a Product Development Associate at UncommonGoods. Trained in product design at Stanford University, she believes that great designs should be considerate of the environment and the product-maker, as well as the needs of the end user.
The entry period has now ended. Vote for your favorite entry on our community voting app by November 9.
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