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Clay mugs that look like old cardboard

Ceramic artist Tim Kowalczyk makes clay mugs that look like distressed cardboard. From Colossal: Kowalczyk is drawn to objects of little material value — crushed tin cans, ripped up cardboard, and Polaroids that have been damaged during development. It is in these typical throw aways that he finds beauty, an attraction to the history embedded in their wrinkles and folds.
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