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Lisa Larson - a woman who lives in the present

Welcome to the official website of Swedish ceramic designer and artist Lisa Larson

Lisa Larson is a Swedish ceramic designer who started at Gustavsberg Porcelain Factory in 1953. Since 1980 she works as a freelance designer and sculptural artist.

Browse among Lisa's classic designs and unique work and read a little more about her and the current production at Keramikstudion Gustavsberg. Latest news of exhibitions and events, new projects and products will be published here and you can contact Lisa with questions. Visit the on-line shop, where some of Lisa Larsons most loved figures are for sale and exclusive offers will be available.


New publication just out. 132 pages about Lisa and her vast production.

Lejon 1965

Lejon 1965

Design Lisa Larson

Lisa Larson is best known for her humorous and friendly figures, generous shapes and artfully drawn incised decoration.

Where is the
next Lisa Larson

In September the department store Matzuya Ginza in Tokyo will host the first Japanese retrospective exhibition of Lisa’s work. The exhibition then goes on tour to several museums in Japan over the following year.

Matsuya Ginza
September 11, 2014 (Thu) ~ September 23, 2014 (Tue)

Hankyu Umeda Gallery
November 19, 2014 (Wed) ~ December 8, 2014 (Mon)

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, the Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art
March 7, 2015 (Sat) ~ June 7, 2015 (Sun)

Gunma Museum of Art, Tatebayashi
July 18, 2015 (Sat) ~ August 30, 2015 (Sun)

Keep up with the latest news on Lisa’s Facebook page.

Fantasis Market

Vintage Lisa Larson in Tokyo this summer
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tel 03-5428-5162 fax03-5428-5163

Lisa Larson book

A picture book following Lisa’s work through five decades by Märta Holkers, in English and Swedish, accompanied by over 120 pictures.

Order a copy here

To order the reference catalogue LISA LARSON GUSTAVSBERG 1954-80 which depicts the complete production click here. SEK180:- plus P&P.

New cuttingboards are here!

New cuttingboards