Bilge Nur Saltik’s ceramic dinnerware is made on a tilt to indicate the direction the piece is shared in a dining situation. In the right light and colored table, a rosy glow seems to emit from beneath the pieces.
This highly figured bocote pottery rib fires up my imagination. Its dramatic contrasting grain pattern wraps around the surface as if they were painted.
You can find more of my pottery tools at my Etsy store Throwing Curves.
Following ancient lifeways, Tontonac Indians of Mexico’s state of Veracruz plant a hillside in maize. Behind them rise the stately ruins of El Tajín, a metropolis built by Maya-related Huastec people. It flourished between A.D. 300 and 1100.
National Geographic - August, 1980
Fuck you so much, Monday morning.
ughhh. my gawddd. i want to keep her!
not into kids. but. that upper right one. ha.
"I paint myself because I am often alone and I am the subject I know best."
— Frida Kahlo
Photo by Guillermo Davila, 1929.