Month: September 2016


“…the craft ideal had largely been reduced to a revivifying hobby for the affluent: the nervous businessman would return refreshed to the office after a weekend of puttering at his basement workbench.” – T. J. Jackson Lears, No Place of Grace So I’ve made 6 small pitchers and 17 medium ones. (Also 4 small batter bowls (inspired by (eg. stolen from) one I got from Clary Illian last time I visited her.) That’s 27 pots […]


“Dada, music gives me memories. And memories give me music.” – Pixel What else could I possibly add to that?


“And the things you can’t remember tell the things you can’t forget, that history puts a saint in every dream.” – Tom Waits This one felt like a boat anchor, so I sacrificed it to the throwing gods. Guess I was wrong. A photo posted by Scott Cooper (@stearth) on Sep 4, 2016 at 10:18am PDT Slice and dice. Figure out if it’s nice. Don’t think twice; that’s a vice. (Maybe thrice.) Splice, rice, mice: […]