It would be understandable if the work of Eleonor Bostrom was mistaken for decorative sculptures rather than house wares. Cute and quirky, her line of dog-inspired objects has a quirky appeal that will also make people thing of children's school projects. Yet most of Eleonor Bostrom's objects serve a larger purpose than simply prettying up a corner of a room.
For instance, Eleonor Bostrom makes one dog eject toothpicks from its tail while another acts as a cute pin cushion. Of course, some of her designs are not as practical. Splitting her time between Berlin, Germany, and Stockholm, Sweden, Eleonor Bostrom is also an illustrator. This explains the style of her ceramic sculptures perfectly. They look like characters that would be found on Teletoon.
Overall, Eleonor Bostrom is a young talent to watch.
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