I was sent a great blog post by Jeremy Brooks, who is teaching a Tools, Materials, and Process class at the University of Michigan. The class is working on a project where they have to create a cup and a cast of their mouth to work as a cup holder. It is a really cool experiment of art, design and process.
Jeremy sent me the post with this note.
"My mold making class at the University of Michigan has really enjoyed working with your slip. For most of them, this is their first experience with casting slip. It is incredibly plastic for a casting slip and I am impressed with how far they can push it."
Of course I love to hear great reviews about how functional and versatile our Clays and Casting Slips are!