Update Your Space With This Playful Pot

This cult pot from Group Partner ceramic studio is a playful way to update any space

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Censorship be gone: pick up one of these pots from Brooklyn-based ceramic studio Group Partner and show your support for freeing the female nipple.

Born as an after-hours outlet for founder Isaac Nichols’ stress in his daily life, the pots quickly captured a steadfast following, proving both political and comical.

“I think when I relaxed and let my hands take direction, it just sort of happened, and everyone seemed to like it,” says Nichols of the pot’s inception. “I mean people have been making fertility goddesses and miniature replicas of themselves literally since the earliest documentation of society, so there is probably something primitive I touched on.

There is a range of designs, starting at $85, available at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki gift shop, in celebration of The Body Laid Bare: Masterpieces from Tate, which opens Saturday, March 18 and runs until July 16.

READ: What Nudes Tell Us About Ourselves

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