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BNAG's Handcrafted Ceramics Address Negative Body Images

 - Feb 11, 2019
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The message of accepting one's flaws has been of interest to the creative community for quite some time now and the confidence-promoting tradition lives on through these handcrafted ceramics by German design studio BNAG. The objects boast an uneven aesthetic that is meant to equate the irregularities of the handmade objects with the flaws of the individual human body. From a terracotta nipple clock and a tooth-shaped plant pot to ear-inspired plates and foot-informed vases, BNAG's collection "is a tribute to the beauty and diversity of the human body."

The handcrafted ceramics are glazed and colored in a number of different skin-tone nuances to signify diversity. Dubbed 'Body Buddies' the collection is undoubtedly quite interesting and bound to attract a variety of demographics.