Accessories with Architectural Twists

ceramics by VisuaLingual

“Maya Drozdz and Michael Stout and their Over-the-Rhine design studio VisuaLingual have become known for their Cincinnati-centric crafts and artwork […] an invitation to show their work at the Betts House in the West End – the oldest home in the downtown Cincinnati area and the oldest brick home in the state – prompted them to go beyond the boundaries of their neighborhood and city while still drawing inspiration from it.” Read the rest of this article in yesterday’s Cincinnati Enquirer, and purchase Flourishing work in our online shop. Hee!

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