Discover and save creative ideas
    More from this board

    Archaeologists discovered three unique mosaics at the Ancient Greek city of Zeugma, in south Turkey, near its borders with Syria.

    Henry Moore Institute - Dorothy Annan and Trevor Tennant

    "Of Little Note" by Andy Marshall.

    Peggy Angus: Designer, Teacher, Painter, is at Towner, College Road, Eastbourne BN12, from 12 July-22 September.

    Rare pictorial panel of 66 tin-glazed earthenware tiles probably made in Lambeth, c1720-30. - Allen Gallery, Alton, Hants. We recommend a visit.

    Maybole’s old co-op building "making every effort to safeguard, if possible, these tiles for future generations."

    Let's keep it wild.: Delft blue tile

    The mystery of The Livadia | The De Morgan Foundation Blog.

    Joana Vasconcelos' Cottonopolis arrives in our historic galleries. Portuguese tiles meet Pillington tiles! At MAG

    From The Archives: William De Morgan, Creature Creator | The De Morgan Foundation

    Master ceramicist William de Morgan - Telegraph

    Pots and Tiles of the Middle Maureen Mellor, 2014 315 x 245 mm; paperback 104 pages, 75 illustrations ISBN 978-0-9553393-7-0 £20; This catalogue is published to accompany the first exhibition devoted to medieval ceramics in over fifty years, held at Sam Fogg from 3 April - 16 May 2014.

    Station to Station: Matisse's Chapel in Vence | About the AR | Architectural Review

    The Arts and Crafts Movement in the North East of England

    The Arts and Crafts Movement in Yorkshire: A Handbook

    L Manze Eel Pie and Mash Shop. A Walthamstow Pie and Mash shop has been listed Grade II by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey.

    L Manze Eel Pie and Mash Shop. L Manze Eel Pie and Mash Shop. A Walthamstow Pie and Mash shop has been listed Grade II by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey.

    The Poole Arms on The Quay is one of the few remaining buildings clad in Carter & Co of Poole tiles.

    Wandering around the Barbican’s highwalks can be quite the artistic adventure in itself.The latest addition is a series of Grade II murals by English artist, Dorothy Annan, relocated from the Fleet Building. Originally commissioned by the Ministry of Works, these nine ceramic panels feature stylistic images of telecommunications equipment in a striking example of 1960s mural art.

    5000 Years of Tiles, Hans van Lemmen, British Museum Press. An essential volume for both ceramic collectors and anyone interested in the decorative arts.

    ON THE TILES: Danny Callaghan and Hans Van Lemmen, president of the Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society. Picture: Nick Hands

    Major private tile collection donated to Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust