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The Ronit Branga Ceramic Tableware May Cause Skepticism For the Hungry

 - Jan 18, 2013
References: ronitbaranga & 123inspiration
This set of sculptured ceramic tableware might just encourage one to eat their meal a little faster. If not, there is a hungry-looking mouth waiting patiently under your food that might want you to share.

The pieces are not necessarily designed for functional use, but they are certainly a clever idea. They have elements of playfulness, yet at the same time are slightly eerie and gross. The mixture of the feelings these pieces invoke make for an intriguing set of artwork.

Each mouth that is part of the sculptured ceramic tableware is finely detailed. The subtle red that is added to the tongues and lips is wonderfully textured and realistic -- the teeth have brilliant form.