Plastic Beach

Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang had been collecting plastic at the Northern California since 1999. After picking up 2 tons of plastic they decided to create something out of it. The couple makes sculptures, prints, jewelry and installations with the plastic they find washing up, raising a deeper concern with the problem of plastic pollution in our seas.

One Plastic Beach from High Beam Media on Vimeo.

source:Colossal 

Play god with porcelain

A set of porcelain sculpture by Kate Macdowell .

Assisted living, 13 “x11 ½”x7”, handbuilt porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 11/2011
"assisted living"
Outfoxed, 17“x11“x2 ½ “, hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 6/2011
"outfoxed "
Quiet as a mouse, size variable, individual mice 3 ½”-6″x2 ½”-4″x3 “, handbuilt porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 4/2011
"quiet as a mouse" top/wall view
The god of change, 12“x10 ½ “x2“, hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 1/2011
"the god of change "
Entangled, 12 ½”x10″x4 ½”, handbuilt porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 6/2010
"entangled"
Serpentine, 6 ½”x5 ½”x6″, hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 9/2009
"serpentine"
Bad seed, 19″x7″x4 ½”, hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 6/2007
"bad seed"
Casualty, 15″x9″x3″, hand built porcelain, cone 6 glaze, 2/2009
"casualty"