Pots made of clay are kept in the sunlight. It has to go though the strong powerful heat to become porcelain. Have you ever wondered how the earthen pots are made? It is one of the oldest forms of art which are used by nomadic people to store their liquids and food in the earthen container.
Vibrant: The hard work behind making this pot is incredible.
Flower pot: A field of clay touched by the genius of man becomes a castle.
When it comes to making clay pots, traditionally it is made of sticky mud that is clay. The clay is placed on the wheel and rotated using a stick and the potter gives the clay a desired shape. The final one is sun dried and they are burnt in fire to make it usable multiple times.
Traditionally it was made for storage and cooking purposes but nowadays they are used as a decorative purpose and some are using it as a cookware because of its numerous health benefits.
Pitcher: This pot’s water is incredibly cooling.
Planting pot: It freshens the environment and boosts health.
The chapter “Colourful mud pots” symbolises product photography. The pots are designed using a UV colour paint which adds glow to the boring pots, which makes it more attractive and colourful to the human eye. Here in these chapter the main highlights are the pictures of these attractive pots.
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Vineeth M, Bangalore, Karnadaka, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.