Pottery expert Johnson Tsang is behind these personified ceramic sets. This collection really shows off Tsang’s skills as a ceramic artist. He manages to effortless work human anatomy into functional kitchen accessories such as tea sets and mixing bowls.
These delicate pieces infuse faces, arms and other body parts into usable objects, which (if I’m being honest) makes using these pieces a little unsettling. It’s hard to mix a salad in a bowl with a mischievous face at the bottom. Many of these impressive pieces also incorporate splashes, which appear to be caused by the ceramic people living within these teapots and candle holders.
These stunningly surreal ceramic sets are more like artworks than household objects.
Personified Ceramic Art
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Modern Animal Artworks
Surreal Clay Carvings
Splashing Stainless Steel Sculptures
Cascading Steel Structures
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