• Mike McDowell [mudpuppy]

    Drawing Vessel by Fumiaki Goto It may not be practical to actually use a vessel as a drawing tool, but the idea of using something other than pen or pencil is still intriguing. Japanese artist Fumiaki Gogo combined clay with graphite to produce a ceramic vessel that are made with basically the same recipe as a pencil lead. Therefore based on deductive reasoning, it can be used to draw as well.

  • Sarah Griffiths

    Design Interiors Art Architecture

  • Melanie Faure

    Crayon Drawing Vessels de Fumiaki Goto _ céramiq _ www.cotogotodesign.com

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