In just a few months, over 100,000 people from all over the world have tuned in to see the inner workings of my pottery process. Subscribe to our Facebook page here if you want a sneak peak into my studio, where you can ask questions in real time, all from your Facebook.
The next video will be tonight at 7pm CST. Hope to see you tonight! I’ll be unloading a fresh load of Cosmic Mugs and Lunar Mugs from the kiln, as well as some glaze tests of random cups. You get to see them before anyone else on the planet.
Guinness World Record Pot #1 is also available on eBay, now with the lowest possible reserve price ($160). It might sell for less than the value that the pot needs and deserves ($500 retail) but it’s more important to get it out into the world and into the home of a happy pottery collector. Plus, 20% of all profits are going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I would rather give them even a small donation than none at all.
Just to sweeten the deal, I’m throwing in one of my best Lunar/Moon Mugs included absolutely free to the highest bidder.
+ One FREE Moon Mug
With your purchase of this World Record Planter, you will be directly supporting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in their clear cut mission: “Finding Cures. Saving Children. Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – because all family should worry about is helping their child live.”
That is a worthy cause. If you were considering buying a GWR planter, please consider placing a bid on this planter so your money has a bigger, better impact on our world.
If you’re interested in getting a great deal on a pottery cup, you’ll love this deal. You might get a Nuka Iron Cup or a porcelain cup with green or blue. You might even get a Cosmic Cup! If you’re okay with being totally surprised by a completely random cup, letting us bypass individual photography to give you whatever cups I happen to have fresh from the kiln, then we can give you this great $15 deal:
95% of Clyfford Still’s artwork is currently stored and displayed at the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado. After working alongside Jackson Pollock in New York City, he retreated from the public spotlight and kept the vast majority of his artwork hidden from the world. The fact that he produced such an astounding body of artwork in private gives valuable insights to what can come from a life devoted to following your own artistic voice.