Pressed damask roses, sunrise mesa, ancient bronze coin. A shimmery dusky brown.
East Fork x Samin Nosrat
"It began with shots of my favorite apricot foxgloves in the garden and over time shifted towards the burnished terracotta bean pots I love to bring home from Mexico. The color fits in beautifully with all of the neutrals in my kitchen and food looks just terrific on it." – Samin Nosrat, writer, teacher, chef, podcaster and East Fork collaborator on limited glaze Pinto
Pinto, a limited glaze that debuted in January 2021, is a shapeshifter. Sometimes it looks brown, other times pink: it all depends on the light and the way it catches your eye. 10% of Pinto pottery sales went to Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project in East Oakland, California, an organization chosen by Samin Nosrat before our collaboration began, to help fund an employee-owned grocery collective and other youth development and food justice programs.