Sunday, September 16, 2007

105. (I'm A Little) Teaskull


Sculpted Pottery Clay, Unfired (Approx. 12" x 5.5" x 7"). Once I have a chance to fire this I'll post a new image. It is potentially functional, but we'll see if it survives without cracking.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

So is that what the kids in pottery class are calling it these days?

Watch out your teacher doesn't fill the spout in with slip.

Kim said...

Oh! He (it) is so cute! Are you going to glaze it? I would love to see each iteration.

Aww I want a skullpot. Or teaskull. With matching teacups!

thedarkharlequin said...

so, this thing has awesome marketing capability. How long before there's a skull-a-day store so i can buy things like this. papapapapapleaze

Monster-Maniac said...

very, very, very super cool.

Tim said...

Could turn out nice even if it does crack a little!

Tim said...

Hmm, I need a more original comment name.

But I second the other tim's comment -- cracks or no, this will look awesome after it's fired.

m•riah said...

I cant wait to see this fired! Amazing!

Terry said...

Now all you need is a cup shaped like the lower jaw!

Great work as always.

Another Limited Rebellion said...

Kim & Terry: Good suggestions, I definitely want to do cups now!

TheDarkHarlequin: I'd love to, but the only thing I can afford to make right now are T-shirts and stickers! Maybe one day.

Mim said...

I'm hearing the song "I'm a little teaskull..." sung in a minor key.

Patti said...

Is there anything you can't do??? That's wonderful.

O said...

Very cool and well done. Reminds me of Richard Notkin. The man ate and breathed ceramic skulls for about 20 years.
http://www.ceramicstoday.com/potw/notkin.htm

King James the C said...

When you get done with you tea set you will need to make some skull shaped scones to go with #37 and have a tea party.

Karen said...

Oh my. Add my names to the chorus of people who want to BUY this. SO LOVELY.

Every morning I think, What on earth will he come up with next? And every afternoon you do NOT disappoint.