For a series entitled Bottom Feeders, New York-based ceramic artist Mary O’Malley created a variety of wonderful porcelain teacups, saucers, teapots, and vases adorned with and inhabited by a variety of “porcelain crustaceans.” Mary’s pieces don’t appear to be made by hand. Instead they look as though they spent ages on the ocean floor where they were overtaken and inhabited by all sorts of undersea creatures before being brought to the surface for display.
If you head over to Mary O’Malley Etsy shop you’ll find many original pieces from the Bottom Feeders series available for purchase. They’re perfect for your next underwater-themed high tea or a meeting of your local Lovecraftian cult book club.
Here’s a man who is extremely proud of his trailer that he built himself. Within an hour of the start of our trip, we ran into him and his wife at a look-out near Mt. Shasta. We loved the look of the outside of it so we asked if he could tell us about it and take a photo with it. He was so proud to open it all up and show us what he had made and how they live on the road. He couldn’t let us leave without showing us the photo of him and his wife he kept in it, and showing us it’s name, “Golden days dream” his wife had named it. If anybody knows this fella, I would love to get him prints of the photos we took that day. I would really appreciate it!
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