My favorite discovery at this year's Renegade Craft Fair was the local ceramics studio, run by a nice guy named Forest, called Workaday Ceramics. It's the first piece of someone else's ceramics I've bought since I started taken classes (last December), in part because upon seeing his work, in addition to loving the finish and the shape, I could tell that the craftsmanship was really masterful. It's hard to tell from the photos, but the top two bowls (along with the one I got in the third photo), are an incredibly soft, luscious porcelain, painted with a handmade indigo underglaze, then coated with some kind of soft and matte wax-like finish. It's the finish, most of all, that wows me. It's almost soft—the way that an egg shell sometimes can be—and one might fight off the urge to rub the bowl against your cheek. The bowls also have incredibly elegant profiles; I've been unable to take mine off the counter since it arrived at home.