"Pleasure is a journey."
Adele Brydges is an artist and designer from London, working with porcelain as her primary medium. Her ethos is founded on mindful pleasure, functionality, natural materials, playfulness and conscious connection.
Since 2006 Adele has been creating porcelain pleasure tools and erotic art with a strong design aesthetic that celebrates sexuality, sensuality and art.
Adele’s work highlights the innate beauty and simplicity of natural materials through her approach to form and use of technique. She creates objects and experiences that encourage presence and connection and elevate pleasure tools to desirable objects in their own right.
‘So many sex toys lack soul. That’s what I’m trying to bring’
At the moment, its my number one favourite tool. The curves on both sides are perfectly designed to repeat the curve leading to the Gspot. Its unbeatable. Takes me by surprise everytime just how easy it is to achieve climax.
The workshop was such an intimate and fun experience! There were sooo many designs to chose from and definitely awakens your artistic side. It was an absolute
My Spur has arrived and is perfect. Thank you for creating these beautiful products.
ITS SO PERFECT. OMG so special, I'm so happy! I'll write a more coherent review when I've come down from the excitement. THANK YOU
A fantastic evening at Adele's Workshop. So joyful to spend time creating a piece that celebrates pleasure. A reminder that beauty and functionality should exist side by side and that it is important to adorn your life and body with objects that make you smile.
Absolutely amazing day at Adele's Workshop, couldn't recommend it more. Lovely to be in a space with likeminded people doing something creative.
Slow Sex - Slow Production
Adele Brydges is one of the first designers in the UK to challenge the trend of mass-produced sex toys and mainstream materials to reinvent our relationship and connection with tools of pleasure and Erotic Art.
Each piece is handcrafted by Adele with love and attention to detail in her ceramic studio. Pieces take over a week to make and no two pieces are identical.