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Ceramic Mutants by Sovar Lerner Combine Different Cultures' Carafes

 - Jan 9, 2013
References: designbreakonline & notcot.org
It's probably for the best that these Ceramic Mutants by Sovar Lerner are unusable as household objects, otherwise one would be guaranteed to make a mess. The teapots and jugs that make up these quirky sculptures have been modeled as decorative objects rather than fillable flasks.

What we have here is a collection of items that usually perform similar functions but are found traditionally among different societies. The symbolism behind this is a reference to the artist herself and her multicultural background. With roots from Persia, Russia and Poland, the designer endeavored to illustrate amalgamation. The various pitchers are fused together in seemingly arbitrary configurations so that Ceramic Mutants by Sovar Lerner reveal distinctive elements in captivating harmony.