For less than 48 hours, you can still take advantage of a great coupon package we put together for members of our email newsletter list.
Many sold out, but lots of pots are still available and we added a few more! New pottery (especially Lunar Mugs) will also be added in the coming months. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please feel free to email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we are happy to give you a custom coupon if you are looking for pottery that happens to be sold out:
Thanks so much to everyone who helped make this possible, most notably, photographer Julia Eckart. As a Junior studying at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University, Julia has done truly professional work as our company’s marketing intern. She has built an amazing, new online store, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.
Watch for new pottery being added throughout the week! If any of the pottery categories run out, will do our best to keep stocking them with new pottery all month long.
“Is this generous? Is this going to connect? Is this going to change people for the better? Is it worth trying?”
The reason why I make pottery is to enrich people’s lives. The things we surround ourselves with matter. Useful art inspired by our place in the world and in the universe has the power to impact society. These “asteroid cups” and “mountain cups” are examples of our new pottery:
One week from today you will be able to purchase any new pottery in our new online store (COMING SOON). Thanks to photography by Julia Eckart, a gorgeous new body of artwork will be available globally. Stay tuned to this email newsletter to be the first to know when pots are available, as well as to receivediscount couponson certain styles of pottery next Monday, April 11th at noon CST.
Monday, March 7th we made history. Our team documented me throwing 159 pots in one hour, setting a new pottery world record! We are preparing our record evidence for submission to GWR and will wait patiently for confirmation of the new record.
If you would like to get your hands on one of these world record pots, our any of the new pottery I’m creating, make sure you are signed up for our blog/email newsletter.This will be used to announce our upcoming online sale in the first week of April, as well as to offer coupons to all of you:
ALL Kickstarter pottery shipped worldwide to over 15 countries! COOL!
Ready for new types of cosmic and mountain pottery? I’m back in the studio busing out new art. Here’s a snippet of the best Instagram pics of new pots:
New pots will all be available when our new online store opens in just a few weeks. Our email newsletter will announce when all pottery is available, as well as offer you discount coupons for the new pottery.
In the meantime, I’ve been busy training for the pottery Guinness World Record. The record for “most pots thrown in one hour by an individual” is 150.
The first Moon mugs and asteroid cups have emerged from the kiln…
Plus, remaining Kickstarter pottery has been thrown. Most pots are glazed and ready to fire, but I must procrastinate for just a couple more weeks. I was given a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Japan to visit traditional pottery studios, Tokyo galleries and Mount Fuji- all before building my own studio.
Renowned potter Shiho Kanzaki is welcoming us in for a tour of his studio. We’re also visiting Mashiko– a famous town of over 20,000 people who are mostly potters!
New Pottery: Online Store Revamp
We hired skilled photographer Julia Echartto redesign our online store. In 2-3 weeks, we will have a new body of artwork on our gorgeous, new website, with discount coupons given only through this email newsletter.
Thanks so much for following along! We’re excited to build a new pottery studio this summer, inspired by historical Japanese studios. Check out the links below if you want to learn more about how Japanese pottery techniques inspired my career over the past 10 years.
“When you try to be good, you look like someone trying to be good, and the result is that no one believes in you. The problem is to deal with these things without becoming hyper conscious or over intellectual…The challenge is to do the thing you have to do because you’re in love with it and can’t do anything else.”
– Warren Mackenzie, potter, qtd. in the 1990 issue of The Studio Potter, told by Gerry Williams, editor of The Studio Potter Journal.