IPT wrote:After seeing those two pieces I'd say I'm in.
Twinofmu... wrote:I would be in! I love surprises.
David R. wrote:I think this is a great idea ! I love Eiichi's work. I am looking forward to seeing his evolution. I am glad that a new generation of traditional japanese potters exists. Chatting with Mago, I learned the traditional ways are not popular among young people and very few are motivated enough to carry on "ancient" arts.
Among all Eiichi's works Mago has show, ROCK is definitively my favourite. I regret I did not purchase one. But I am sure he will come back to this style one day or another.
I'd sure give a wild card to Eiichi. If I could, I would encourage him to look in the ROCK direction. I don't care if they are unique items or not to be frank.
Count me in.
Nenugal wrote:This sounds very interesting; depending on (at least some hints about) the price and size/shape I'm generally enthusiastic about participation in this
I could elaborate, but I think that covers it.
Chip wrote:IPT wrote:After seeing those two pieces I'd say I'm in.
I am thinking you were thinking about this all day?
kaminix wrote:Are there more pictures of the Rock? I'd like to see it from different angles if possible.
Buzz Fledderjohn wrote:I like the idea of giving the artist creative control.
Chesslov... wrote:The Rock is spectacular...I think I wouldn't be able to pass it up, despite of it's high price...
woozl wrote:Where do I sign up?
I agree this "snowdrifts" is the most compelling piece I own.
So yeah, great idea to commission a piece.
Nathanie... wrote:The rock pieces that I have seen are really amazing. I am just curious if the inside is completely glazed or not. Regardless, I think it would be a great idea and I would love to see the outcome.
iannon wrote:well.I have 2 Eiichi..and I love them both in their own right. I would be willing to get another if I had a good idea of volume.