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CLAY FOR NEPAL

May

The Slowpoke: CLAY FOR NEPAL Whether it has happened to a small town, a region, a state or country, there’s nothing to like about a natural disaster. One thing that does result from such devastation though, time and again, is the ability of people to gather together, as communities both near and far rally together to do what they can to help.
CLAY FOR NEPAL
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INTERVIEW: SHIKO

October

The Slowpoke: INTERVIEW: SHIKO Though you wouldn’t know it from her affinity and talent for ceramics, Sophie Harle only just, a few short years ago, began to follow her long-held dream of creating ceramics full-time, when she launched Shiko. After a decade working in PR and market research, four years ago financial pressure to work a “regular job” eased upĀ and she threw herself into throwing. Sophie makes the kind of earthy, honest and homely ceramics that make you want to eat every
INTERVIEW: SHIKO
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BRIDGET BODENHAM CERAMICS

August

theslowpoke_bridgetbodenhamceramics1 It’s a really wonderful thing when something so beautiful and perfectly useful comes together. Bridget Bodenham has taken it upon herself to become a true master of this in the world of ceramics. From her studio in Daylesford, Victoria – a shipping container that looks out upon her rambling veggie patch and chooks – Bridget creates domestic pieces that are not only perfectly functional in your home, but are amazing artworks on their own.
BRIDGET BODENHAM CERAMICS
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