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My question is how does copyright impact slip casting?


My grandmother past a way not to long ago and I now have many of her slip casting molds. Some of these molds have the manufacture name and copyright logo etc. I also know that these can also be purchased online. How does this process work? Once you own the mold you can do as you wish with it? Create plates, cups, bowels etc and then sell them? or is the process of selling them not allowed with the copyright? I'm a little confused on how this might impact me as an artist or a future business with selling online slip-cast items.


Thanks for any help.



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I don't know Carl, ceramic bowels could be a statement of sorts. Normally, we eat food off of a ceramic ware, and it eventually ends up in our bowels. But if we eat food of a ceramic bowel, it's like reversing the order man..... *Does the mind blown gesture*


It could even be a new "trend"; see other topic.

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