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American Craft Magazine April/May 2009

Fantasy at Kohler

Looking back at how Jack Earl and Tom La Dousa forever changed bathrooms.

Craft Horizons cover, December 1974.
In casting area at Kohler Company, (right to left) Jack Earl, Steve Earl, Tom LaDousa (seated), and Clayton Hill along with an installation view of 4 Weeks at Kohler, featuring works by Jack Earl and Tom LaDousa, at John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
A sampling of works produced by Jack Earl and Tom LaDousa during their four-weeks Arts/Industry residency at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

Craft Horizons cover, December 1974.

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