Why Does He Run?

Ceramics and other art stuff.
By Alex Costantino

contact @ alex.costantino at gmail dot com

Chalkboard Mugs, 2014. slip and glaze on porcelain.

The black slip makes a good surface for writing the name of either contents or owner. Is that Steve’s coffee or Linda’s? Now we know.

H & W. 2014.

Sgraffito cup featuring Winnie the P.’s mammalian antagonists. Inspired by the Disney film.

Handbuilt Cup. 2014. Mainly meant as a container for pencils, pens, and other desktop items

Chalkboard Cup. 2014. Black slip make a perfect blackboard surface! Describe the contents, or name the person using the cup.

Handbuilt Cup. 2014. Mainly meant as a container for pencils, pens, and other desktop items

Squid Love. 2014.

Large mugs featuring a lone, dark tentacle and “Squid Love” faintly carved on the other side.

What Me Worry? porcelain. 2014.

Hopefully, this shows a hint of Posada.

Whistle. porcelain, 2014

A common but welcome sight- the bright-red male Northern Cardinal, chirping and whistling away.

New Neighborhood. acrylic on board, 2014.

Aroo, My Friends. porcelain, 2014.

This vase features a variety of patterns, along with an image of a curly-faced wolf-man. Aroo!