Macabre Coffee With The Antonio Murado Salome Set

By: Cowbag - Published: Dec 17, 2008 • References: ilovebadthings
"How much do I love thee, let me count the ways..."

I find this kick arse blood set so brilliant, it set me off with a Shakespearean poetry vibe.

This is an awesome Antonio Murado Salome coffee set made in Spain, exclusively for the New Museum. It is so brilliantly messed up, I am desperate to eat my Christmas dinner off of it, but it costs $1,500.

If you want to get all arty about this, then…

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