Barnaby Barford has developed a short film, portraying a love story between an upmarket porcelain figurine, and a cheap ornament of a boy that ends the worst way it can for a piece of china.
Published in NEWS
Wednesday, 22 October 2008 15:35

Download: Animate Projects

Download desktop images from AnimateTV 2008 projects, including stills of Barnaby Barford’s animated ceramic figurines, Suky Best’s hand-drawn birds, Stephen Irwin’s flipbook series and Tal Rosner’s London suburbia.

Published in NEWS
Wednesday, 13 February 2008 05:04

Private Lives

Artist Barnaby Barford has turned his attention to celebrities, nursery rhymes and Disney characters for his latest series of one-off ceramic pieces.
Published in NEWS

Shit! Daddy's Going to Kill Me - a Burberry-clad little girl leaning over a beheaded deer - is among the ten pieces in British ceramicist Barnaby Barford's recent series.

Published in ICON 049 | July 2007
Friday, 23 March 2007 08:20

Ceramics | icon 022 | April 2005

“When I was a student, porcelain was associated with kitschy souvenirs or stupid mugs,” recalls Czech designer Maxim Velcovsky. “But recently a new wave of ideas has revived the material and placed it in a different context.”

Published in ICON 022 | April 2005