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I am Kina Gorska, ceramic designer and I created Kina Ceramic Design to fulfil my passion for working with porcelain. My earliest childhood memories are about playing with clay. When I was 6 years old, I had my first contact with this material. As a child, I used to spent every summer holiday with my siblings in beautiful countryside of the lake district Mazury in Poland. I remember my dad mining clay for us from a small deposit that we had found nearby our cottage. We played for hours creating simple dishes and figurines. Although it was all childish fun, it directed the subsequent course of my life. Soon after, I knew what I wanted to do when grew up. Later on, I studied ceramic design at Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw (Poland).

I create porcelain tableware that is intriguing, surprising with a pinch of humour allowing the user to engage with my designs. I tend to gravitate…

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  • Born on May 10
  • Joined November 26, 2010

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I am Kina Gorska, ceramic designer and I created Kina Ceramic Design to fulfil my passion for working with porcelain. My earliest childhood memories are about playing with clay. When I was 6 years old, I had my first contact with this material. As a child, I used to spent every summer holiday with my siblings in beautiful countryside of the lake district Mazury in Poland. I remember my dad mining clay for us from a small deposit that we had found nearby our cottage. We played for hours creating simple dishes and figurines. Although it was all childish fun, it directed the subsequent course of my life. Soon after, I knew what I wanted to do when grew up. Later on, I studied ceramic design at Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw (Poland).

I create porcelain tableware that is intriguing, surprising with a pinch of humour allowing the user to engage with my designs. I tend to gravitate towards simple, clean and aesthetic forms combining them with shapes that already exist such as body-like parts or usable objects. Yet, every now and then, I make ceramic sculpture. Most of them are inspired by organic shapes like fractals but they also contain a some technical element.

For more information, visit my website: www.kinaceramicdesign.com or join fanpage http://www.facebook.com/KinaCeramicDesign to get the latest updates.

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