Ben Medansky

ceramicist

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Ben Medansky is a ceramicist.

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Anyone who grew up in the 1980s will remember postmodernism: bright colors, cartoony shapes, a sense of fun, in furniture and buildings and art and TV shows.

Peter Shire's playful art makes a comeback

Anyone who grew up in the 1980s will remember postmodernism: bright colors, cartoony shapes, a sense of fun, in furniture and buildings and art and TV shows.

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In late July a fire from a blown transformer in a Downtown LA pallet yard spread into the studio of ceramicist Ben Medansky.

Ben Medansky

In late July a fire from a blown transformer in a Downtown LA pallet yard spread into the studio of ceramicist Ben Medansky.

from Design and Architecture

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