Feature of the month: karakusa ‘arabesque’ 唐草 pattern
Karakusa is one of the prominent patterns of Tobe porcelain, which was invented by Shoji Kudo during the 1960s and 1970s. The period is known as “Tobe porcelain Design Revolution”.
Click here for the story behind the pattern; how Tobe’s karakusa pattern was invented and developed by one artist during the 60s and 70s.
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♦ Have you checked out our online store yet?
Visit ‘Tobe Pottery’ page to find out the full range of Tobe porcelain London Collection.
(and more items coming on its way!)
tabi Arts works on two core strands.
one to organise exhibitions; curate our own exhibition and/or collaborate with other organisations for art events.
two to promote tobe pottery in the UK.
- 多美 ta=various, bi=beauty
- 旅 tabi=journey
- 足袋 tabi=traditional Japanese socks. Its origin goes back to the 8th century