Monthly Archive: March, 2012

Top Hat teapot.

Pottery designed and handmade in Debenham UK. By: Carters Teapots Advertisements

Sound wave.

Made out of melted vinyl records in 2007 by artist Jean Shin. Source: Oddee.com   

Beer cans and submachine guns.

I wouldn’t mind looking  at these thrown in a dang corner. Chinese porcelain by artist Lei Xue I wouldn’t carry this into a fight with another submachine gun but it would be cool… Continue reading

SHINee (샤이니): Sherlock•셜록 (Clue + Note) Music Video.

Vid/ S.M. Entertainment

Dynamic Duo: 거기서 거기.

“Geogiseo geogi.” (I’m lost) “Without You.” Vid/ TEAMKPOP2011

Outstanding art quilts.

Holy Cow. By Jennifer Day / Jennifer Day Art Quilts Greetings, Gandhi! 🙂 By Diana’s Art Quilts ~ Source / Kathy K. Wylie Very Andy-Warhol-ish. Love it! By / Shirley Anne Sherris Circles. By… Continue reading

One foot in front of the other.

For the fine folks over at ToeMail. 😀 Pottery foot vase by Sassydoggs in San Diego, CA. A pinch pot named “Jeremy” by Cindy at Jenny Gulch Pottery & Art, in North Dakota.

[Cloud USA video] October Sky.

[Cloud USA video] October Sky..

Sunflower princess.

By Marie-France. An example of Raku pottery. Source / Mole Hill Studios

The pods are invading! They’re coming to get us!

Not really, don’t panic. 🙂 They started as lathed wood prototypes and were ceramic-casted, SO cool. Golly Pots by Jason Lane. Source / Tending To It

It’s Terracotta Day.

Hard fired mason bee house by Shelly’s TerraCotta Pottery Source / Searching For Art In Life  Durable and environmentally friendly by Marny Saunders Pottery Source / Tofino Public Market Utensil holder, everyday storage… Continue reading

[Cloud USA video] Faithfully.

Ooooooooooo!!!!!!! 🙂 [Cloud USA video] Faithfully..

Multi-faceted.

Halima Cassell‘s unglazed, hand-built, hand-carved, faceted pottery! Source / Halima Cassell

In fiber optic “fabric”, the light is the dye.

A woven light tapestry (paper yarn, optic fibers, and light monitors) by Danish designer Astrid Krogh. Source / Alice at My Modern Met

Is it a plant, or is it stonewear?

It’s both. 🙂 Ceramic sculptures by Frances Doherty, the Ceramic Gardener. (purple pom pom) (lime green pom pom) (thistle) (towering bells) (scarlet bottle brush)