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garden totem of ceramics, wonder if something similar could be done with decorated tin can...?

garden totem of ceramics, wonder if something similar could be done with decorated tin can...?

DIY Mini Planters You Can Make in a Minute

The Snug Is Now a Part of

Ceramic artist Tim Kowalczyk is drawn to objects of little material value—crushed tin cans, ripped up cardboard, and Polaroids that have been damaged during development. It is in these typical throw aways that he finds beauty, an attraction to the history embedded in their wrinkles and folds. To

Ceramic artist Tim Kowalczyk is drawn to objects of little material value—crushed tin cans, ripped up cardboard, and Polaroids that have been damaged during development. It is in these typical throw aways that he finds beauty, an attraction to the history embedded in their wrinkles and folds. To

A vinyl monogram decal that can stick anywhere? Yes, please. Like a white pumpkin.

Monogram - Last Name Initial - Vinyl Decal - MailBox, Vehicle Window, Laptop, surfaces

A vinyl monogram decal that can stick anywhere? Yes, please. Like a white pumpkin.

(973021394) BREITLING - a gentleman`s Aerospace bracelet watch. Reference F65062, serial 6326. Quartz movement. Blue dial. Calibrated bezel with gold plated riders, titanium case fitted to a titanium bracelet with folding clasp. 40mm.  Fellows do not guarantee the working order or accuracy of any l

(973021394) BREITLING - a gentleman`s Aerospace bracelet watch. Reference F65062, serial 6326. Quartz movement. Blue dial. Calibrated bezel with gold plated riders, titanium case fitted to a titanium bracelet with folding clasp. 40mm. Fellows do not guarantee the working order or accuracy of any l

Majolica Goblets: Majolica pottery demonstrates that a beautiful idea can travel  the globe! During China’s Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), potters  used cobalt, an Arabian mineral, to create a dark blue glaze to  contrast with China’s white porcelain clays.  Later, Islamic potters mimicked the look with their reddish, ironrich  clays by painting bright oxides and stains on a tin-glazed,  opaque white background. Their wares became as popular as  Chinese Ming pottery and often were shipped from…

Majolica Goblets: Majolica pottery demonstrates that a beautiful idea can travel the globe! During China’s Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), potters used cobalt, an Arabian mineral, to create a dark blue glaze to contrast with China’s white porcelain clays. Later, Islamic potters mimicked the look with their reddish, ironrich clays by painting bright oxides and stains on a tin-glazed, opaque white background. Their wares became as popular as Chinese Ming pottery and often were shipped from…

Another shot by @jimmarsdenphotography for my exclusive collection for @suchandsuchco.  This set is made from a very pale stoneware (for UK potters it's 1145) with a matte white tin interior glaze.  Leaving this colour clay raw wasn't something I was expecting to do. I was testing it as a base clay for a new grey I wanted to make.  I didn't think it would be a strong enough colour for the forms but with the white interior gives it enough sharpness and clarity.  It's a really gentle natural…

Another shot by @jimmarsdenphotography for my exclusive collection for @suchandsuchco. This set is made from a very pale stoneware (for UK potters it's 1145) with a matte white tin interior glaze. Leaving this colour clay raw wasn't something I was expecting to do. I was testing it as a base clay for a new grey I wanted to make. I didn't think it would be a strong enough colour for the forms but with the white interior gives it enough sharpness and clarity. It's a really gentle natural…

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