Curt Hammerly is a ceramic artist and teacher from Colorado US . He usually creates colorful mugs, pots and vases which he sells online. One day, as he was helping one of his students mill a mold for silicone, he discovered that the processes is very satisfying to watch. The video of the process was uploaded to his Instagram page and became instantly viral. Don’t forget to turn the volume on for this mesmerizing video
If your’e curios to know how the vessels Hammerly creates looks like, we gathered some of his best works.
The pictures and any words I come up with cannot possibly do justice to how satisfying these heavily textured surfaces feel in your hands. That, coupled with this technique ending in a one of a kind texture on every peice really has me excited about these mugs! My sister already snatched this one up 😅 . A handful are going up on the shop tonight 8pm Est! Check out a full preview on HammerlyCeramics.com now! . #etsy #giftideas #pottery #coffeeaddict #cupoftea #ceramics #instacoffee
#throwbackthursday I really enjoy going back to take a fresh look at what I was making a year or two ago. My work has taken me in different directions lately but I really want to get back to some of these. High risk high reward work is always mentally taxing though. Drips are so inconsistant. What do you all think? Should I make more of these? #tbt #colorsplash #weddinggift #etsy