It’s been one year since the idea of Ceramic Commons was conceived. My colleague Anna Andersen was the instigator on this endeavor, and first generated this idea of “sending ceramic works electronically for a show”. She asked me if I would be interested in collaborating on this idea. We both share similar interests and expertise in 3D printing ceramics and I was delighted when she contacted me. I am enthusiastic about the “open-source environment” and between Anna and I, we could put together an intriguing project. We invited 10 artists and collected their 10 files which are licensed as “creative commons”. This experimental project is strictly non-profit. Now, the printing results are exhibited at Kuben in Horsens, Denmark. Anna Andersen is the printer of this show, and her employer, KH Würtz, generously offered to help with the use of PotterBot and glazing.