Ido Ferber

WhereTokyo, Japan
WhatWood-fired ceramics and urushi lacquer
Israeli-born potte... Israeli-born potter and woodworker, Ido Ferber relies heavily on nostalgia to inform his work; the frivolity of his childhood spent roaming in the countryside. The forms and geometrics of his everyday home objects are also inspired by the artist’s natural surroundings, focusing heavily on imperfections and experimental processes. Ideating and creating out of his Tokyo workshop, each creation combines techniques from many different crafting fields, whether wood-forming or metalwork. Israeli-born potter and woodworker, Ido Ferber relies heavily on nostalgia to inform his work; the frivolity of his childhood spent roaming in the countryside. The forms and geometrics of his everyday home objects are also inspired by the artist’s natur Israeli-born potter and woodworker, Ido Ferber relies heavily on nostalgia to inform his work; the frivolity of his childhood spent roaming in the countryside. The forms and geometrics of his everyday home objects are also inspired by the artist’s natural surroundings, focusing heavily on imperfections and experimental processes. Ideating and creating out of his Tokyo workshop, each creation combines techniques from many different crafting fields, whether wood-forming or metalwork.

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