No Tengo Miedo Clay: not your grandma's pottery (unless she's into vintage gothic magicness)

By on Mar 1st
Photo by Anna Jones

Photo by Anna Jones

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I've been lucky to work directly with Amanda, owner of our sponsor No Tengo Miedo Clay, at our local indie craft fair. Every month I see people flock to her booth and buy her crazy beautiful pieces of art. It's not hard to see why: the collection of pieces are unlike anything else.

Amanda's ceramics are so unusual because of her carefully-crafted technique (you can see her talk about it in this video). She combines stamping, screenprinting and other techniques with softly colored glazes and text to make her macabre, vintage-y works.

And she's offering a launch week discount for Offbeat Homies! Keep reading for more info.

Click on any of these photos to jump straight to No Tengo Miedo's Etsy shop.

Most No Tengo Miedo pieces are both functional and decorative, so they can be used and admired. Perfect example? This cake stand:

And brides? Can you picture your wedding cake on this stand? RIGHT??

Amanda can craft a super-customized piece for your particular text, colors, or imagery. Visit her gallery to see more of her lovely variety of pieces.

No Tengo Miedo Clay is giving Offbeat readers 20% off — use the code OFFBEATHOME!

If you are alive out there, you're in love with Amanda's ceramics. I know. I feel you. Get yo'self some from No Tengo Miedo Clay.

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About Cat Rocketship

I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things.