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The Earthy And Worthy Art Of Pottery - Bored Art
46.1Kshares Facebook14 Twitter4 Pinterest46.0K StumbleUpon0 TumblrWhen you hear art being described, it is often in terms of how ethereal and otherworldly it is or in terms of being out of the world. This is often true as art does inspire you to think of things like the world, the universe and even the heavens but that is not all. Sometimes, art can be of the earth and have a very earthy nature like the worthy and earthy art of pottery. Pottery is one art from that actually draws its’ raw…
You just never know what will happen when you pick up the clay....!
You just never know what will happen when you pick up the clay...! A dachshund pot...a wiener dog classic...!
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The Whimsical Pottery of Mitchell Grafton
Mitchell Grafton's pots are the neatest things I've seen all week. Be sure to click through the whole gallery. Every piece is delightfully funny. Grafton maintains a studio in Panama City, Florida where he makes unique works of pottery with faces and animals.Link -via Lustik...
The Think Drink Mug I, Late 1960s
This coffee mug was created by the Coffee Council (if memory serves me correctly) in order to promote coffee drinking. It was created as a premium in association with an ad campaign, "Coffee, the Think Drink." This campaign was in the late 1960s, between 1966 and 1969, I believe. I paid a small amount to have one mailed to my home. The first one arrived shoddily packaged and broken. They sent out another, equally shoddily packaged, but whole. Sadly, although the design was wonderful, the mug…