While the Magnolia is in full bloom, this is a step-by-step peek into the clay-tinted world of Karin Eriksson. Her beautiful pottery, deceitfully simple, is even more admirable when all the stages of the process come to light. We've captured the five day production cycle carefully – and still had to leave out parts. And, yes, we cheated. Karin prepared all the stages beforehand (which to us was even more impressive) to lead us through it in a single day. Karin’s inspiring workshop doubles as a retail space – a must stop if you're in town. Sanna & Oscar, the Homegrown Swedes
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Artists Ian and Paula Rylatt show us their artistic approach to two individual projects while exploring what it means to be an artist living a rural and alternative lifestyle in the Welsh countryside.
You can see more of Ian and Paula's work here: http://www.rylatt.co.uk/
NOMINATED for Student Royal Television Society award for Best Factual Undergraduate Film in the UK. (May Judge date).
NOMINATED Film of the Year, Best Documentary, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Editing - Watersprite International Student Film Festival 2013
WINNER Best Factual Film - Royal Television Society Yorkshire Student Awards 2012
SHORTLISTED Amateur Short Film - G-Technology Driven Creativity 2012
Producer, Cinematography & Grading: Oliver Hadlow-Martin
Director: Danny Carter
On-location Sound: Lilith Panter
Editors: Danny Carter & Sara Trzupek
Post Sound: Danny Carter
The Dove - Caspian
re:Stacks - Bon Iver
Shot on Sony F3 with 35, 50 & 85mm stock primes.
Glidetrack HD Slider
2xARRI D12's and 300/650W redheads
Post: Adobe workflow and DaVinci Resolve
Craft skills are often handed down from master to apprentice, as is the case of Juan Mañosa and his son. This vase collection comes from a single lesson of how to use the pottery wheel.
In order to hand turn a vase, one must know how to create a piece similar to an original vase.
The apprentice tries to achieve a result as akin as possible to the original, by repeating it as many times as necessary (normally, these trials are discarded and the material reused).
This vase collection shows all the vases made by the apprentice, attempting to replicate an original, from the initial trials up to the final result.