Jan Christian Hvistendahl

Jan Christian Hvistendahl

Jan Christian Hvistendahl
Flere idéer fra Jan Christian
IMG_8470 bottle, lemon wood ash drips by Nate Pidduck, via Flickr

IMG_8470 bottle, lemon wood ash drips by Nate Pidduck, via Flickr

Best. Husband. Ever. Built me this amazing drying rack. Thank you @turbofoot

Best. Husband. Ever. Built me this amazing drying rack. Thank you @turbofoot

Mug Drying Rack Portfolio storage

Mug Drying Rack Portfolio storage

Nic Collins - Jug

Nic Collins - Jug

gertrud vasegaard

gertrud vasegaard

musing about mud: Monday morning eye candy - Shadow May of Shadow Pottery Love this shape!

musing about mud: Monday morning eye candy - Shadow May of Shadow Pottery Love this shape!

Porcelain Cup Small | by Elke van den Berg

Porcelain Cup Small | by Elke van den Berg

A Japanese Oribe Pottery Sake Flask probably 19th c., rectangular body with flared neck and curved spout, height 7 in

A Japanese Oribe Pottery Sake Flask probably 19th c., rectangular body with flared neck and curved spout, height 7 in

Ken Matsuzaki. The fact that it's chipped makes it even more lovable.

Ken Matsuzaki. The fact that it's chipped makes it even more lovable.

Object of the day - #Vase: By Shimaoka Tatsuzo (1919-2007). A common characteristic of the work of the artist are cord-marked surfaces. Shimaoka adopted cord-marking (Jōmon) from the pottery of Japan's #Jomon Period (c. 10000-c.300 BCE), but the technique probably has personal significance for Shimaoka. His father was an artisan who made braided silk cords for use with #Japanese clothing. Shimaoka uses braids his father made for him wrapped around wood dowels. #ceramic #art #morikami

Object of the day - #Vase: By Shimaoka Tatsuzo (1919-2007). A common characteristic of the work of the artist are cord-marked surfaces. Shimaoka adopted cord-marking (Jōmon) from the pottery of Japan's #Jomon Period (c. 10000-c.300 BCE), but the technique probably has personal significance for Shimaoka. His father was an artisan who made braided silk cords for use with #Japanese clothing. Shimaoka uses braids his father made for him wrapped around wood dowels. #ceramic #art #morikami