David Clarke's refashioning of old and unwanted teapots into new and interesting pieces that juxtapose the formality of silver with raw materials like lead and solder. Although, I must say that his description of his process could easily double as a serial killer's confession on Law and Order. Case in point:
'I only bid on the most unwanted, most unloved; the ones closest to the [garbage] bin. I only buy the one that no one desires. I want to give them a new start in life, a second chance. they come to me; I study them, handle them; I cut them almost surgically, with precision, accuracy, and focus. at this point they are released from their history; they are free to start afresh.'
via Design Boom