Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Leaves, ‘shrooms, and bark, oh my.

Decorative ceramic stone wear inspired by nature. Designed and handmade by Joan Hardie of Bitter Beck Pottery. Wall piece, large plane leaf collage Wall piece, sycamore collage Vessel, burdock vase Sculptural pieces, mushrooms… Continue reading

A neverending cup of coffee.

That’s what you’d be drinking out of THAT. Yingge Pottery town photos credit / Julie K in Taiwan   Giant pottery made in Yingge / Source Taiwan, The Heart of Asia  

Sexy Back Rain.

I LOVE THAT POST ON WORDPRESS BUTTON. HAHAHA! [quickie][fan made] Look what we just shared on FB and Twitter….

Big foot.

Fresh from the kiln, the giant ceramic foot… …that belongs to one of the gigantic walking legs that were slated to be at the International Horticultural Exposition 2011 in Xi’an. Okay, that’s huge.… Continue reading

Mosaic cars.

And a sofa also tiled with broken pottery mosaic-style at the Highland Stonewear factory/shop in Lochinver, U.K. Source: Singing Weaver Source:  BBC News From another angle. Source: Bob Jones

Serve food in a rainbow.

Hand-formed, hand-pressed and bisque-fired, with each square individually glazed. That is a LOT of work. Large Rainbow square Serving Bowl by Jennifer @JMN Pottery

Looks like a hollowed out geode!

But it is wheel-thrown out of porcelaneous stoneware clay, coated with a special Lava Textured Glaze on the outside and the artist’s trademark metallic crackle finish on the inside. Safe for serving light… Continue reading

62-year-old shoes.

Created by an Indian potter around 1950. Red slip decorated with black mesquite sap paint, with “Pedro” carved on the bottom of one shoe. Papago Indian Red Pottery Shoes at Old Territorial Indian… Continue reading

[Cloud USA video/image] Say You, Say Me: Happy Belated 10th Debut Anniversary, Rain.

[Cloud USA video/image] Say You, Say Me: Happy Belated 10th Debut Anniversary, Rain..

Origami you cannot fold.

Étude Géométrique “origami” ceramics by Belgian artist Ann Van Hoey.