Raffle for Akio’s community, please buy a ticket. (via Heath Ceramics)

I have been seeing Akio Nukaga’s work online for awhile now and was quite jealous that I could not be in LA to attend his event tonight at Heath Ceramics. He makes some very elegant pottery that reminds me a bit of something you might find washed up along the shore while hunting for sea-glass.

Mr. Nukaga and his community have unfortunately been affected by the recent disaster in Japan and Heath Ceramics is very generously sponsoring a benefit raffle and matching every $10 contribution. Of course if you’re in LA try to attend the event otherwise buying a ticket (or two) online is a snap.

Did I mention that you could win one of the gorgeous Heath/Commune/Alma Allen canisters that I have been coveting but will never be able to afford? It just seems like a win-win situation all around.

Raffle for Akio's community, please buy a ticket. Please help us raise money to help Akio’s community in the aftermath of the terrible earthquake. Buy a $10 raffle ticket and Heath will match that $10 and contribute it all to help. The raffle ticket will give you a chance to win a beautiful Heath/Commune/Alma Allen canister. Akio is an inspirational Japanese potter and friend of Heath’s. He was scheduled be in LA for the opening of his show at HEATH LA tomorrow night 3/12/11. He’s told us he sti … Read More

via Heath Ceramics


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