A look at the impressive pottery and vases made by Seth Rogen (PHOTOS)

Dec 11 2020, 9:17 am

Many of us picked up new hobbies during the pandemic – including Seth Rogen, who has taken his pottery skills to a whole other level and is now an amateur celebrity potter.

Originally joining a pottery studio back in early 2019, Rogen was looking to learn how to make his own ashtrays.

 

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By mid-2019, the Canadian actor stepped up his pottery game and started showing off his vases.

 

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And then began his sets.

“Another set! I can’t stop,” shared Rogen in July of 2019.

 

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By October, Rogen was making bottles.

 

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And earlier in 2020, Rogen made an impressive soap dispenser, as well as pots for plants.

 

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In April, Rogen said he has his own kiln. “It’s name is Brad Pitt. Because it gets hot as fuck,” he shared.

And it’s producing the goods, making vases of all shapes, sizes, and colours throughout the pandemic.

 

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“I got vases for days-es,” Rogen captioned this post in May.

 

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The colours became impressive in July.

 

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Even more so by November.

 

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And he’s actually pretty good. So good, in fact, that fans are asking him to sell his creations. Following any of his social media post on the vases, many ask how they can get their hands on his pottery.

There is even a petition called, “Convince Seth Rogen to Start Selling his Pottery,” to get the star to start selling his work online.

But Rogen is yet to sell one of his clay masterpieces.

For now, we must settle for his pottery content on  Instagram – but not to worry, he posts super frequently.

Here’s hoping Rogen will bless us with a pottery shop on Etsy next year.

 

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