The Kid Should See This

From the potter’s wheel at Tortus Copenhagen

From master potter and designer Eric Landon of Tortus Copenhagen, enjoy this up close look at what it takes to hand-make a ceramic vase: The Motions (2014).

And here’s Landon’s work from the material’s point of view:

For more, follow Tortus Copenhagen on Instagram.

Watch these next: The art of pottery mending with gold, making a traditional Kokeshi Doll, how zellige mosaics are made, and this zoetrope bowl.

Thanks, @GabbyH.

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