Amorphous Forms 

Malwina Klepskawa took us through her process of making domestic sculpture today. The forms are built up via a coiling technique similar to that of Jen (whose workshop info can be found here). The forms are then supported from the inside with newspaper. The form’s “back” can then be left open after the “legs” are added (this reminded me of the game designer of Katamari Damacy and the goat plant pot he made), or it can be closed up.

Malwina says: work larger. With ceramics, things always shrink. Be prepared for that.

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Illustrator and Ceramist, proficient sewing machine addict who loves his cat.

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