Layers upon layers of clay, glaze, and plaster particles that settled at the bottom of a sink. What a sweet, small landscape. Sink Dirt.
Sink dirt is kinda a weird way of putting it. But basically, at the ceramic job I worked at the sink would fill every week with this sludge. Somehow it dried over the weekend and on Monday when I was cleaning the trap, I found this wonderful chunk of layered stuff.
You can see all the layers of colored clay, plaster, pigment and other junk in there. It looks like the side of a mountain with just layers of earth history. But instead, it’s the history of a ceramic manufacturing plant over the course of a week.
This is probably going to be the prettiest image that pops up when you type in Sink Dirt to Google. So you’re welcome.
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