New Zealand based artist, Jeremy Cole, has been pushing the boundaries with ceramics since 2005.
He's successfully edged his way into the competitive Artisan design industry, demanding a respect for his work around the world.
His lighting pieces feature in museums, hotels, magazines, yachts, apartments, restaurants and even films, notably Black Swan.
In fact, one of his projects last year was a huge 22,000 piece commission for New Zealand's Lloyd Morrison.
Jeremy has also worked with Kelly Hoppen, the acclaimed South African-born British interior designer, who has recently appeared on the BBC reality TV show 'Dragon's Den'.
Working from his studio, Jeremy handcrafts all of his pieces with a small team, using the ideology of:
"challenging the mediums of ceramics and art and exploring the relationship between flora and art".
He does just that, with a combination of volume, delicateness, elegance and character shaped into buds, blossoms, shoots and flowers.
Here are some of my favourite Jeremy Cole pieces below.