At “Industrial One Of,” Machines Leave Their Individual Mark On Pottery • Discoverology

At “Industrial One Of,” Machines Leave Their Individual Mark On Pottery

Straddling the world of handcrafts and the allures of technical production, Israeli industrial designer Ofri Lifshitz created her own middle ground: an anthropomorphized machine that’s capable of creating unique marks on the pottery produced.

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