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Unveiling the Intricate Connections and Enduring Strength in Bethany Krull’s Porcelain and Mixed Media Sculptures


Intertwining the intricate tapestry of humanity, fellow animals, and the vast natural realm, Bethany Krull breathes life into porcelain and mixed media sculptures. Continue reading »

Beetles and Fear: The Inspirations Behind Julia Pilipchatina’s Work


Porcelain has a long and fascinating history, dating back to the 7th or 8th century in China. It wasn’t until the early 18th century that porcelain was first produced in Europe. The elegant surfaces and ornate designs of porcelain made it highly sought-after globally. Porcelain painting became an art form that emphasized numerous patterned layers of colorful glaze, transforming dinnerware and decorative vessels into canvases of intricate beauty. Continue reading »

Ukrainian Artist Creates Realistic Flowers Out Of Cold Porcelain

When you look at these beautiful flower bouquets, it’s hard to believe that these flowers are not real, but made of porcelain. Ukrainian artist Olesya Galushcenko, who lives in Odessa, creates porcelain flowers by hand, carefully sculpting and molding to make them look as realistic as possible. Continue reading »

The Porcelain Figurines Project – The Culmination Of High-Speed Photography

Martin Klimas (previously) is a fine art photographer based in Dusseldorf, Germany. Drawing inspiration from photographers and inventors such as Eadweard Muybridge and Dr. Harold Edgerton, Klimas uses the latest technological advancements in high-speed photography to capture a split-second of movement. Continue reading »

Offensive Plates To Insult Your Guests With Class


Social norms might restrict you from revealing to people how you feel about them, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get around it. We have created a collection from various Etsy sellers of delicate series of not-so-subtly insulting plates “for the lady who speaks her mind”. Continue reading »

Artist Makes “Porcelain” Weapons To Explore What It Means To Be A Woman

Helena Hauss is a 29-year-old French artist who was “bored and raised” in Paris, where she currently resides. While mostly known for her extremely detailed ball-point pen drawings, Hauss has recently branched out into the world of sculptures. Continue reading »

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. Continue reading »

China’s Famous ‘Face-Kini’ Gets Porcelain-Inspired Facelift

Face masks for the beach known as face-kinis have become a curious fashion item in China in recent years. On Wednesday, models showed off the latest designs at a product launch on the sands of Qingdao, the eastern Chinese city where they were first popularized. Continue reading »

Hand-Built Porcelain Sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan Mimic Fractal Patterns Found in Nature

Irish artist Nuala O’Donovan sculpts intricate hand-built porcelain forms that resemble fractal patterns found in nature. Borrowing from shapes found in coral, teasel flowers, and pinecones, O’Donovan examines not only patterns, but irregularities that arise from random or unexpected events. Continue reading »

Porcelain Sculptures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

Ukranian artists Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev collaborate to create delightfully quirky and unbelievably detailed miniature porcelain sculptures. Their website offers different views of many of the pieces so that you can see the elaborate paintings on these tiny pieces. I couldn’t stop smiling, always a good sign. Continue reading »

Sotheby’s to Hold Porcelain and Handicraft Auction

A staff member of Sotheby’s introduces a Nepalese 13th-century gold-plating copper statue of Tara, a Bodhisattva of salvation, during a media preview in Hong Kong. (Xinhua) Continue reading »