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Sarah Duyer’s Creepy Pottery Looks Like it Will Crawl Away

Sarah Duyer’s series of teapots and cups, fittingly titled “Comfort/Discomfort,” seem as if they’re crawling away on insectoid legs.

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This Custom Machine 3D Prints Incredible Ceramic Sculptures

It’s taken many prototypes, but Taekyeom Lee has created a 3D printer that can extrude clay to create ceramic sculptures.
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Maker Spotlight: Brian King

Brian King creates one-of-a-kind pottery. Though he is a big guy, he likes small things such as pugs, chihuahuas and quirky old British cars.
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Brendan Tang Melds Sci-Fi and Ceramics in Cybernetic Sculpture

Fine ceramic vases and dinnerware merge with giant robots in Brendan Tang’s series of sculptures, Manga Ormolu.
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Watch Intricate Moroccan Tile Mosaics Shaped by Hand

See how “zellige,” or Moroccan tile, is created by hand to produce beautiful mosaics in a process that has existed for millennia.
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The Japanese Art of Recognizing Beauty in Broken Things

In Japan, craftsmen practice the ancient art of kintsugi, or “golden joinery,” which is a method of restoring a broken object with lacquer.
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