Brooklyn-based visual artist Bryce Wymer has always been drawn to creating emotions within people. Having worked in a variety of mediums—from motion direction to album cover design (and even pottery) —he has mastered storytelling through his art.
Inspired by Farmhouse Pottery pieces and scenes from the workshop, Wymer designed and created six unique silk screen prints: three featuring pottery in our collection, and three featuring the handmade process. Starting with black ink on paper, each print was hand carved to create the final silhouette, or “sculpted in 2D,” as Wymer describes it.
Beginning by focusing on the composition and negative space, he brought in elements of kinetic movement, playfulness and contrast, “I wanted to show vessels in a state of being created, but also being used.”
The idea of juxtaposition within Farmhouse Pottery played a big role in determining what these prints would look like. Wymer, referencing our signature design of glazed and raw stoneware, says, “The thing that was interesting to me was the idea of gloss vs. matte.” Bringing texture to these minimalistic pieces was one of the highlights of the design process, “I love that sense of contrast because I’ve been working with it a lot. It really inspired me for these pieces.”Shop Wall Art