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Bethan Lloyd Worthington

Monday, 7 January 2008 by Irene Hoofs

While visiting Kate's blog, Little Doodles I found the amazing work by UK designer Bethan Lloyd Worthington. She currently in the Islington Mill in Salford. Her ceramic pieces are stunning! The cups in the above images are called 'Accounting For Non-Accountants'. Bethan's inspiration comes from whatever is on her mind at the time, be that cynical corporate image, dutty rabbits in neckerchiefs, accountancy or Eastern European witches. She works spontaneously, using her illustrative style of decoration to darkly charming effect.
At the beginning of 2003, Bethan spent 8 weeks at Blaker College, Norway. At the end of this time she explored a little and went up to Tromso in the Arctic Circle, the Fjords and to Bergen. It is mostly the visual memories of this trip that inspired her to make the ‘Wish You Were Here’ series...Gorgeous! Love all the golden details in her cups and there are also plates, and coffeecups, here you can find her beautifully-designed website and here a list of some stockists.

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