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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:

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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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