The return of Mr. Hammer

Posted on May 30, 2010 in Art making

Goodbye, Platter.

Your form was fine, but your glaze was awful. May you have a productive life as a pottery shard in the bottom of a flower pot.

Goodbye, memory box.

Your corner was chipped in the big kiln explosion. If only the carnage had not extended to you and your fellow box. The damage was unrepairable, and so you must meet a violent fate.

And so it goes…

(Remember, only 24 hours left to enter the drawing for the Run tile set! Details here.)

4 Comments

  1. Brittany
    May 30, 2010

    It always makes me so sad to see Mr Hammer. I understand you reasoning, but I love flawed work. It somehow makes it feel more hand made and real to me.

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  2. Gyeong
    May 31, 2010

    Guess there is no negotiating with Mr. Hammer!

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  3. sue clynick
    May 31, 2010

    Bad BOY, Mr Hammer!!

    Reply
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