I would like to say that growing up I was a lot more artistic than I am now. I don’t really know what happened between then and now that made things change so much but what I do know is that my Elementary school cutting the art program time and time again during my stay there didn’t really help keep my passion in line.None the less during those times the after school art program we had was awesome. Every week we went to the Philadelphia Art Museum where after a snack we got to dabble in different styles of artistry. From still life drawings, to painting on ceramic canvases it was hands down one of the best experiences that I ever had and it was during that time that I realized that I wanted to be an artist *whatever that means* . The one thing that I never got to try was ceramics which was mostly my fault.In high school I passed on it because I was too worried about being cool and in college I already had an overwhelming amount of studio art courses and ceramics wasn’t required for graphic design so again I passed.But this video put together by The Method Case for Extrusion Bowls by Apparatu kind of makes me feel bad that I passed on the opportunity mainly because the process although time-consuming looks so relaxing. All the pieces created in the video are a result of a work shop held by Apparatu during the summer of 2010 title “Fragile” in which by trial and error participants Guim Espelt i Estopà, Joan and Xavier Mañosa ground the formula for the creation of a bowl.