| Most artisans work in a particular material and use making
processes theyíve spent many hours perfecting. The objects they make vary.
In this project, Iíve done the exact opposite.
At present, a cabinet of 10 of teapots (pictured) is on display in the HQ Building in Plymouth. Previously it was at Borringdon Hall, Plymouth. A further teapot, made from eggshells, was on display at the Boston Tea Party cafe, also in Plymouth.
Please scroll down to see a photo of each teapot together with a link to a page on how it was made.
With a bit of trickery I made a time-lapse video of it emerging from a puddle of water:
Riveted copper sheet
Cubes of beech wood