Turn an empty jar into a cutting-edge vessel that challenges established aesthetic conventions.
This project has gotten such an overwhelming response maybe it should become a whole new website. Unfortunately "brokenjar.com" isn't available.
Photos by and of Will Bosworth
Here's what you need.
Step 1: Scratch the Surface
Dip the end of your glass cutter in oil before scoring the jar. Use a tuna can or other object to keep it at the right height. Don't roll back over the old cut or you'll blunt your cutting wheel. No one has actually ever resisted the urge to do this, so this glass cutter is horrible.