Reminiscent of Jackson Pollock's iconic, out sized drip paintings, a new crop of painterly inspiration is emerging. The abstract surface pattern, trending on fabrics as well as ceramics, is appreciated as much for its randomness as it is for its hand - created feel. Adding an energetic zing, splatter can kick it up a notch when pattern is called for.
Pierre Frey's Leo, named after the large scale canvas painter captures the artist's hand with slashes and drops of paint.
There is also a striking black and white combination that prefer the strong contrast.
A ceramic dish from Mrs. Howard has spatter, brushstrokes and dashes.
Beeline Home's newest lamp, The Spatter, with splashy blue glazes covering the entire white ceramic form.
Dransfield and Ross debited their new Tozai Home collection at High Point that featured a classic Louis Chair covered in a mad splash of black and white splatter paint. The natural cotton fabric the paint is applied to looks just like a Pollock canvas.
Bunching cubes also get the paint treatment.
Vaughan Design took the classic amphora shape of the Aegina Vase and added a dynamic spatter and brushstroke glaze to the ceramic lamp.
Providing a casual rustic feel, porcelain coated enamel pieces in spatterware from Crow Canyon are popular for picnics.