Jeroen Wesselink Shows Us How He Makes His Teapot

Jeroen Wesselink Shows Us How He Makes His Teapot

Annie Werbler
Jan 7, 2010

We get to see a lot of stuff here on Apartment Therapy, but rarely do we see how that stuff is made. Dutch artist Jeroen Wesselink sent us a well-done video about his process for making teapots in the form of streetposts.

He first creates molds, then adds a handle and spout, and finally uses a second mold to form the ceramic finished product. His movie is pretty adorable, too.

If you can't get enough of Mr. Wesselink, check out his site here, or some more videos about a music box for unborn children, a plastic deerhead that also functions as a stool, and lastly, his sustainable expansion drum seating.

This guy is kinda crazy, but we like it!

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