Wyatt Little’s Ceramic Pieces Are a ’90s Dream

When it comes to ceramic art, it’s hard to catch us off guard. But Wyatt Little’s nostalgia-inducing ceramic objects do just that, adding a playful twist to what we’ve come to recognize as a traditional form of art-making. A ’90s child at heart, his creations include a basketball-shaped vase and a “computer planter.”

“I feel like everything I end up making in some way ties back to my past,” said the Texas-based ceramic artist in an interview with Analog Watch Co.’s blog. “I often find myself thinking about objects I loved growing up and try to give them new life and context.”

“I grew up in a very creativity focused household,” he went on to say. “My dad was always at a drafting board and my mom did a lot of drawing and glasswork. To me, art was just natural, and the more and more I worked at it the more it became an integral part of my life and my identity.”

Influenced by simplistic geometry contrasted by fluid motion, his objects confound and delight. Something to buy that hipster friend of yours whose seemingly unimpressed.

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