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
Step 3: Harder and Harder Until it Breaks
Step 4: Sure it's Beautiful, But Does it Work?
Great art is not just to be looked at, but experienced with all the senses.
When you've got a broken jar you really like, rub the sharp edges with sandpaper til they're rounded off and don't cut you.
Excited to learn more about broken jars?
Try this one: http://www.instructables.com/id/EVEZNWESRWEP2881F8/