Eija Koski is a world-renowned himmelist, making her himmelis locally in Vaasa, Finland, from organic rye straw.
Jaea Chang is a Helsinki-based artist from South Korea, focusing on contemporary ceramics.
Milla Vaahtera is a designer and artist who is most known for her unique pieces combining bold glass parts with delicate brass
Henna Nuutinen (b. 1990) is a sculptor working on large ceramic sculptures dealing with themes of fragility and cohesion.
Mari Isopahkala is a Finnish product designer and winner of several awards such as the 2011 Muoto Award.
Kim Simonsson is a Finnish-Swedish sculptor who lives and works at Fiskars Village.
Paula Pääkkönen (b. 1990) is a glassblower and a glass artist working in Nuutajärvi Glass Village, Finland.
Renata Jakowleff is a Finnish glass artist who works at the crossroads of artisanship and arts.
Nathalie Lautenbacher (b. 1974) has been creating tableware collections renowned for their delicate colour, subtle form and strong personal touch since 1999.
Sculptor Matias Karsikas (b.1989), lives and works in Helsinki. His sculptures are often figure-like shapes with refined forms.
Lotta Mattila (b. 1986) is a Finnish contemporary artist renowned for her animal characters.
Kristina Riska (b.1960) is one of Scandinavia’s foremost contemporary ceramic artists.