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MEET THE DESIGNER: WYATT LITTLE

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Wyatt Little is an alchemist, at least when it comes to turning everyday objects into obsession-worthy ceramic vessels. His aesthetic thrives on nineties nostalgia—think vases molded into brick-like phones, dangling shoe pots that look ready to be flung over a telephone wire, and a planter shaped like an upside-down ball cap—that makes us want to throw our hair back in a scrunchie and check our AOL Instant Messenger. “I started out in graphic design but met a guidance counselor who was discou... READ MORE

Wyatt Little is an alchemist, at least when it comes to turning everyday objects into obsession-worthy ceramic vessels. His aesthetic thrives on nineties nostalgia—think vases molded into brick-like phones, dangling shoe pots that look ready to be flung over a telephone wire, and a planter shaped like an upside-down ball cap—that makes us want to throw our hair back in a scrunchie and check our AOL Instant Messenger. “I started out in graphic design but met a guidance counselor who was discouraging because the field is so competitive,” says Wyatt of his path to architecture (following in his dad’s footsteps) and, eventually, to the clay art he makes now. “My roommate at the University of Houston was doing ceramics, and he showed me how to make molds and how to use the proper materials. Once I learned the basics, I just kept going.”

In 2013, Wyatt launched his namesake biz in Houston, where he built a full-service studio in his 800-square-foot garage—a fittingly nostalgic setup that makes him feel comfortable enough to get creative at all times. As he says, “It’s the only place I want to be.”

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