Southsea’s own Phoebe Richardson has created the cleverly titled ‘Bone China’ range of ceramics. All are hand made in Stoke, the home of potteries.
The range features stacking skeleton coffee cups for building and breaking the skeleton, an egg cup that when you slice the egg you’re actually slicing the top of his skull and a jaw mug that makes your face look a bit Halloweeny when you drink from it. There are also plates; the skull and both hands.
Phoebe is currently a graphic designer living in London (but missing the sea). Since graduating from Epsom uni in 2009 She’s been lucky enough to work with Vaughan Oliver on music packaging for the Pixies and David Lynch, designed printed tees for ASOS and Next. You can even get hold of Phoebe’s Bone China range by visiting Flo & Stan‘s on Albert Road.
I highly recommend you take the time to view Phoebe’s blog lefthandrighteye.blogspot.com.