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work by natalie j wood
Playing with making geometric prints on photoshop.

Playing with making geometric prints on photoshop.

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made myself an apron. All hand stitched. Accented with a beautiful Michael Miller fabric.

made myself an apron. All hand stitched. Accented with a beautiful Michael Miller fabric.

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A few other things i worked on while at Cyan Clayworks. 

A few other things i worked on while at Cyan Clayworks. 

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I’ve been interning with Cyan clayworks the past few weeks. Here are some tiles i worked on while i was there. Experimenting with a lot of textures and coloured slips. 

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Final photo shoot for my info objects project. Check out my website for the full story behind the project - http://www.nataliejwood.com/

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Working on some geometric cork topped bottles. Could be used for oils and vinegars. http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

Working on some geometric cork topped bottles. Could be used for oils and vinegars. http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

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Working on some skull bowls - http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

Working on some skull bowls - http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

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My first pourer and i’m sure it won’t be the last, 

My first pourer and i’m sure it won’t be the last, 

Watching my designs come to life - http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

Watching my designs come to life - http://natalie-j-wood.tumblr.com/

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New Project - I’m working on some whisky cup designs to signify the evaporation rate of whisky. Whisky evaporates at an average rate of two percent per year its barrelled, so a whisky barrelled for 12 years would lose twenty four percent of its content. This loss is known as ‘The Angels Share’.



 

 

New Project - I’m working on some whisky cup designs to signify the evaporation rate of whisky. Whisky evaporates at an average rate of two percent per year its barrelled, so a whisky barrelled for 12 years would lose twenty four percent of its content. This loss is known as ‘The Angels Share’.