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Splatter Mug

Hand crafted and all uniquely splatter painted, these short mugs are designed by ceramicist and sculptor Peter Shire and made by residents of the Echo Park neighborhood in Los Angeles. Peter Shire founded the pottery in 1972 to create ceramics that were more reasonably priced than his gallery work, and named it after the L.A. neighborhood where he was raised. The mugs are crafted in small series using a slab construction, hand-rolled style, then individually hand painted. This process creates a unique splatter pattern and color combination on every much rendering no two exactly alike. The splatter series was inspired by the paintings of Sam Francis and the ceramic construction techniques of Adrian Saxe, both artists who have lived and created in Los Angeles.

Peter Shire was one of the founders of the Memphis – Milano movement of the 1980’s, founded by Italian designer Ettore Sottsass.

 

 

Splatter Mugs

Peter Shire

Echo Park Pottery

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