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On Pinch Pots: Michael McDowell of Mudpuppy Redefine

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:08 AM
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by Rikkianne Van Kirk (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Aug 30, 2011

Whether you produce eco goods yourself, or just make an effort to buy them, you are playing a part in a type of appreciation for how things are made, where they came from, and actually promoting t




 

 

Whether you produce eco goods yourself, or just make an effort to buy them, you are playing a part in a type of appreciation for how things are made, where they came from, and actually promoting their use as opposed to just purchasing a "quick fix." We live in a fast-paced, throw-away society, but it's the creative process of our indie community and eco handmade world that forces us to slow down a little bit. It invites us to ask ourselves questions about the materials we use, their past life, and their future possible uses. A maker’s process is focused and deliberate, and our community enables us to pay more attention to that process, bringing us closer to the makers themselves.



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