Hundred by Milo Made Ceramics

part of Make! A Season of Contemporary Craft

hundred mug project detail of ceramic mug by milo made ceramics

‘Hundred’ is a project, perhaps better described as an undertaking, consisting of one hundred individually hand-crafted mugs by ceramicist Milo Liren Mckeand.

Her collection plays on themes of mass manufacture versus the handmade, with the pieces themselves challenging ideas of form and function.

Milo turned to ceramics two years ago, seeking an outlet for her creativity to flourish. She is one of twelve members of Hackney’s renowned Clay Collective, a studio dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ceramics as a contemporary craft.

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