Throwing Sculptures by Hugo Meert Need to Be Broken and Thrown

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 21, 2013 • References: & mocoloco
The Throwing Sculptures by Hugo Meert creations are elegantly conjoined and require breaking or throwing in order to be used as separate products. If kept untouched, the sculptures stand as being completely useless and more of a piece of art than anything else.

The concept behind the creations is quite striking: make them get out of their comfort zone and break what is meant to not be broken. Moreover, Throwing Sculptures by Hugo Meert break apart into perfectly complementary pieces including a cup with saucer, candlestick holder and an ashtray.

Although the design features behind Throwing Sculptures by Hugo Meert may seem a bit outlandish, the entire effort speaks to a deeper level of functionality where what must be used must first be broken. Stats for Conjoined Ceramic Table Settings Trending: Older & Chilly
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