The Uniek is a tiny pottery studio you can take anywhere. It combines a miniature motorized potter’s wheel, a water pool, and a tool kit for refining and detailing your work. It doesn’t include a tiny kiln, though, so you’ll probably want to work with air-dry clay.
FutureDeluxe shows off a cool project that was on display during the Google China Developer Days – an interactive display which allows people to create unique ceramic vessels simply by moving their bodies. Each virtual work of art changes shape as the person in front of the camera changes poses. More here.
A look at how raw clay is pulled from the earth and transformed by hand into beautiful and intricate sculptures by artisans in Michoacan, Mexico. It’s a wonderful, all too brief look into artistic traditions from Mariano Rentería’s fantastic Mexican Handcraft Masters series.