An exclusive entertainment collection for Space Ninety 8’s Locally Made Holiday Pop up.
Once in a while the studio mates and I will be offering unique ceramic bead necklaces in limited editions.
One of a kind ceramic bead necklaces on an adjustable waxed poly cord.
Each bead was either hand thrown or hand built, and is a collaboration between 4 makers sharing a studio at the Dobbin Mews in Greenpoint, Brooklyn: Re Jin Lee, of Bailey Doesn’t Bark, Julianne Ahn, of Object and Totem, Minh Singer and Stephanie Tran.
These necklaces are one of a kind and offered in a series of six.
Thank you so much ellemacpherson.
Bailey Doesn’t Bark
Bailey Doesn’t Bark is the brainchild of Re Jin Lee who, inspired by her Brazilian and South Korean heritage, founded this Brooklyn design studio specializing in handmade and functional ceramics where each piece is one of a kind and hand built with clay. Her charming blog reflects on the creation process complete with her inspirations, reflections and lifestyle photos.
Sharing a little bit of the process of making a BDB piece. Here I share the making of the custom stud domes I made for Steven Alan display.
Published on blog - April 30, 2014
The Dobbin Mews Holiday Party.
Published on November 13, 2013 and updated.
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Published on blog - November 13, 2013
A few days ago, working on the winter series, I wasn’t feeling motivated or inspired. As I patched up a ‘mistake’ on a pot, my friends asked me not to patch it up and to leave it as is. I was out of my ‘comfort zone’, however, I decided to take their advice.
They mentioned Google’s 20 Percent and I took that on that day and it was a major eye opener. I flipped through my sketches and decided to go off on a tangent and work on shapes and forms I liked but never actually made. I began building pots like I’ve never done before and it felt completely natural.
Shared on blog on October 31, 2013
As I’m rearranging my studio, I’m remembering the victories and hardships that happened in my previous spaces. The joy of moving from a desk in my bedroom to a separate, dedicated work space in the same loft and eventually to a separate building. Each move reflecting the growth of my little company, Bailey Doesn’t Bark. Tiny and yet meaningful steps towards where I am right now.
Plenty as happened and I can positively say, I’ve come full circle - back to where I started, but at the right time and the right place. I have learned to let go of the ‘bigger plans’ so that I could rediscover why I began BDB in the first place. I love to create, I love to use my hands and because dreams are hard to put into words, I will make.
I look forward to sharing photographs of my current studio / Studio No. 5. Re Jin
Shared on blog on October 22, 2013