Ceramicist Eric Landon and Tortus Copenhagen give us a new perspective on throwing clay, by mounting their camera directly on a potter’s wheel, letting us see a work this work of art come together from the clay’s point of view.
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While we’d all love to have perfect ice cubes in our drinks, it’s not always feasible. Nate Cotterman’s glassware has a cube or sphere built in that resembles a crystal-clear block of ice. The highball gets a pair of cubes. While they don’t improve cooling, they don’t melt either.
Artist Paul Kaptein loves to make hand-carved wooden sculptures that appear to have been artificially distorted, often to bizarre effect. They aim to capture in physical form of potential, possibilities, and the gap between what is and what could be.
It sounds like a power-wielding device from the Marvel cinematic universe, but the Infinity Cube just looks cool and doesn’t do anything. This intricate desk plaything is made of numerous layers of real carbon fiber. A 1.5″ cube is made of over 70 layers of the durable woven material.
Businessman Angelo Mastropietro was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007, and it led to him being paralyzed for a brief time. His condition led him to do a bit of soul-searching. He ended up almost single-handedly turning a 700-year-old cave into a home.
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