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From Submerged Hand Coffee Cups to Insect-Infested Dishware

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Mar 11, 2014
Sculpted porcelain pieces have been around for thousands of years and it’s traditionally seen as a material that’s quite feminine and delicate by nature; however, these creations totally shatter these notions. These porcelain pieces stray from conventional patterning in favor of prints derived from oddities like greasy fingers and insects. Skulls and the transformation of traditionally pretty porcelain dolls into gruesome sculptures is another hallmark of these porcelain remixes.

Since these creations skirt traditional notions of beauty when it comes to porcelain, some of the designs have a unique aesthetic that flirts with being just downright unattractive. Instead of being sleek and slender, some of the porcelain pieces take on chunky, rotund forms that appear to be anything but delicate.