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Pottery making methods (Part 2) - Wheelthrowing and Slipcast

Pottery making methods (Part 2) - Wheelthrowing and Slipcast

Hand building remains the general basis of pottery making and is definitely the easiest and most fun method to learn (if you haven't read our part 1 on hand building, click here). But there are two other main methods for pottery making - the famed wheel-throwing and slipcast.

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Pottery making methods (Part 1) - Hand building

Pottery making methods (Part 1) - Hand building

Ever since we started on this little journey of ours, we've always wondered why ceramic pieces can have such different forms from each other even though they were all handmade. Months later, we've figured out why and it has to do with their pottery making method! 

There are three main methods of pottery - hand building, wheel throwing and slipcasting. In this post, we will be covering the method that has been around the longest - hand building.

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Nadya and Dima Gurevich

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Nadya and Dima Gurevich

Recently, we got in touch with Dima and Nadya Gurevich from Sculpture in Design. They are the hands (and brains) behind those quirky and unique sculpture mugs, as well as the Lush tableware collection on our site! Read on to see what they’ve got to say! 

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Four local instagram accounts to give you some green inspiration!

Four local instagram accounts to give you some green inspiration!

If you've always wanted to start an urban garden at home or office, but have always lacked the final push, here are some local Instagram accounts that can just give you some inspiration!

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Kandura studio visit!

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Kandura studio visit!

It's been quite some time since our last holiday.. so we headed to the land of mee bakso, teh botol and massive traffic jams for a short break! Jakarta! After landing, we headed straight to Kandura's studio. Located on the boundaries of South Jakarta, their studio is a mere 30-45 minutes drive from central Jakarta.

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