Tattooed Ceramics By Evelyn Tannus

Brazilian artist Evelyn Tannus paints beautiful surface designs on elegant ceramic statues of Greyhound dogs. She turns their normally-neutral-colored coats to hues like mint green, sky blue, and lilac. In addition, Evelyn draws flowers, geometric patterns, human figures, and much, much more on the dogs’ bodies and heads.

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