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Poisoned Porcelain.

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Share This.Our search for gory art continues this week with porcelain specialist, Maria Rubinke. The 20-something year old artist is using her extraordinary abilities to transform the craft of porcelain into Wes Craven inspired works that are a far cry from their Angelic predecessors. Who knew porcelain could get so gut wrenching? The pieces are somewhat comical but still maintain sadistically signature appeal. It is a wonderful exhibition of a Read More

Always Milky Silky.

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Share This.A union of illustrator Madalina Andronic & designer Claudiu Stefan, The Awe♥some Project is an “experimental journey of a multidisciplinary creative duo through the awesome milky-silky world of porcelain, with a touch of Romanian folklore.” Consisting of everything from vases to cutlery rests, our most favorite piece to come out of the project is their groovy porcelain collar. To order this item, contact them at weheartawesome[at]gmail[dot]com.

Brutal Botany.

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Share This.Sculptor Kate MacDowell creates a somewhat grotesque display. Titled “Crave”, the porcelain sculpture appears to be a severed armed overran by beautiful foliage — almost as if the arm is giving birth to its own essence.