I have a thing about both pots and penguins
I know. An explanation is needed. I was born in the Falkland Islands in the far-away South Atlantic, surrounded by millions of penguins and very few people.
Later, living in Uruguay, I discovered pre-Columbian pottery and modern ceramics. This set me on the path to becoming a potter. But only years later, when I settled in the UK, could I achieve that ambition.
You can take the boy out of the Falklands, but not the Falklands out of the boy. So when I was looking for a brand for my ceramics, I tipped my clay-encrusted hat to the birds that shared the land of my birth.
So there you have it. Penguin Pots: inspired in the Falklands, made in London.