Working from her South London studio, Katie Spragg combines her unique illustrations with her passion for ceramics. Katie creates pieces that celebrate stories of the curious and bizarre; true stories found in newspapers and other media. Katie uses various techniques to illustrate these stories including screen printing, slip casting and digital transfers; combining her distinctive illustrative style with the medium of clay.

Her work can currently be found in Paul Smith, ZSL London Zoo, The Fashion and Textile Museum and many independent stores across the country.

As well as continuing to produce her popular Urban Animal bone china tableware and Military Animal Mascot jewellery collections, Katie has launched two new bodies of work;
The Water Collection – a series of terracotta water vessels inspired by 1970s water towers from the UK and Europe and Greenland Jars – individually hand painted terracotta storage jars.

Each plate illustrates its own bizarre yet true story; from the fox that climbed to the 72nd floor of the Shard building to the bees that made multicoloured honey after eating M&Ms colourings.