Inspired by 1960-70's Los Angeles, the "Good Vibrations Collection" is what Los Angeles-based ceramist/designer Natan Moss imagines Brian Wilson's tube socks looked like while the Beach Boys recorded Pet Sounds.
Please be aware that on certain pieces glazes can also run, or "drip" slightly during the firing process. This occurs most often on vertically-oriented pottery such as vases and jars, and can result in a unique mottled pattern resembling the flow of lava. (Please see photo #3.)
This running pattern lends a truly unique aesthetic to your pottery, which we encourage you to admire closely.
Made start to finish by hand by ceramist Natan Moss in his Los Angeles studio, the decidedly old-school fact of the matter is that no two pieces are ever exactly alike. Organic variations in color/texture/details are not only to be expected, but attest to the fact that each piece is truly "one of a kind"... and uniquely yours.
"My philosophy is to make simple, elegant pieces designed for everyday living by exploring functionality in forms represented in the natural world."Natan Moss
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