Artist Can’t Eat Sweats Due To Health Problems So He Creates Them From Porcelain Instead – Design You Trust

Artist Can’t Eat Sweats Due To Health Problems So He Creates Them From Porcelain Instead

Shayna Leib is an American glass blowing artist, who creates intricate and unique pieces of art. Her latest project “Pâtisserie” was created to express the importance, beauty, power and … unattainability of desserts.

Shayna can’t have desserts because of very severe dietary restrictions so she had to train her mind to see these intricate sweets as shapes, form, rather than food. The artist combined her love for glass and porcelain when creating these mouth-watering sculptures.

More info: Shayna Leib, Instagram (h/t: boredpanda)

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