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Interview: Elke Lucas Ceramics

August

The Slowpoke: ELKE LUCAS CERAMICS // Photo by Lillie Thompson Marrying into a family of potters, it’d be hard not to be influenced with dreams of working with clay. Likewise, residing in the peaceful surrounds of NSW’s Sunshine Coast it’s almost a given to let nature take it’s due course as an influence over creative work. It’s these paths that have led to the natural and minimal ceramics of Elke Lucas. 
Interview: Elke Lucas Ceramics
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INTERVIEW: SHIKO

October

The Slowpoke: INTERVIEW: SHIKO Though you wouldn’t know it from her affinity and talent for ceramics, Sophie Harle only just, a few short years ago, began to follow her long-held dream of creating ceramics full-time, when she launched Shiko. After a decade working in PR and market research, four years ago financial pressure to work a “regular job” eased up and she threw herself into throwing. Sophie makes the kind of earthy, honest and homely ceramics that make you want to eat every
INTERVIEW: SHIKO
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THE ASSEMBLY

September

theslowpoke_theassemblyhome1 Getting together with friends or family to share – whether that be a meal, a cup of tea, a sweet something, or laughter – is one of the essential moments of community, and of living a slow and happy life. With this very ethos, The Assembly was born. Started by a trio of friends, Johan, Nia and Scarlet, The Assembly is a collection of handmade and environmentally-aware homewares that are simple and beautiful in both their function and
THE ASSEMBLY
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