Who Let The Dogs Out? Eleanor Bostrom Sure Did
If you haven't better acquainted yourself with SF's makers and do-er community, you wouldn't see the mass amount of ceramics artists doing so many great things Bay wide!
Everything from cups made for your hand to making a serious political statement. For Eleanor Bostrom, her work doesn't need to make a radical statement — it can tickle your heart in just the right way. After graduating from Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, started creating these creatures as a need for her own home.
Her work is simple as put, the work is focused on sculptures with function and sculptural utility goods. Whether you're needing a toothpick holder, a dog to guard your keys, or a little man to make sure your ice stays in place — functionality and absolute adorableness can coexist.
This is a key-guarding dog to keep your keys safe and easily found! It's a uniquely hand sculpted dog, made out of paper porcelain with hand painted details. Finished with a clear and semi-glossy glaze. He has a neodymium magnet in his mouth keeping the keys where they should be. This item is completely handmade and one of a kind.
This is a dog in a cup who wants to swim in your morning coffee! It's a uniquely hand sculpted dog in a cup, made out of paper porcelain with hand painted details. Covered with a semi-glossy glaze.
This is a haberdashery dog to help you with your everyday sewing. It's a uniquely hand sculpted dog, made out of paper porcelain with a velvet pincushion for a turban.
This dog is perfect for keeping your plant friends alive and well. The perfect amount of water will be delivered to the soil with every use. It's made out of paper porcelain with a velvet pincushion for a turban.