“Very Still Life”: Unsettling Meat Sculptures By Roni Landa – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

“Very Still Life”: Unsettling Meat Sculptures By Roni Landa

“Very Still Life” is a series of clay sculpture created by Tel-Aviv artist Roni Landa depicting veggies in a totally “carnivorean” way

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