Raku is an ancient Japanese firing technique where you fire your pieces in an outdoor kiln and pull the pieces out once the glaze has reached its melting point. The pieces are then placed in a metal can with combustibles and covered. This allows a reduction to take place creating metallic details and a crackle effect due to the thermal shock.
— KRISTEN CAMP / CAMPFIRE STUDIO
 
 
 

female not factory

Amie showcases wares by women artists. Each product is made by hand in small batches. Our aim is to craft a community that supports makers and manifests our mantra "we are makers, not machines." Join our movement to support mindful making, meaningful art, and minimal designs.