Japanese ceramic artist Yuta Segawa takes a whole new approach to this art that raises the bar for all other ceramicists out there. Segawa not only makes colorful and great looking ceramic pieces like vases, cups, and bowl, but he also manages to do it while working on a much smaller scale.
Segawa made a name for himself by creating miniature pieces that in no way, shape, or form deteriorate from full-size pieces. This talented ceramicist is able to get all the details right and make an appealing structure while working on bits that can fit on one’s palm.
According to Segawa, he aims to explore the relationship between the artists and their works.
“Miniature pottery relates to the issue of the relationship between artists’ bodies and their works. It is a challenge to test the limits of what a human body can make on such a small scale,” he says on his official website.
Check out some of his works below.