Jessica Stoller


Ceramic sculptures by Jessica Stoller

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Justin Nova disf 1

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From the Disfigurines series by American ceramist Justin Novak.

Porcelain Figurines / Martin Klimas

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Razor-sharp images of porcelain figurines bursting into pieces by German photographer Martin Klimas

previously: China Bang by Wilson Hennessy

China Bang / Wilson Hennessy

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Colorful explosions on china figurines from UK photographer Wilson Hennessy.

Patmos, not banned

…On the other hand, a few meters away from Chora’s Central Square and still under the jurisdiction of the Monastery, you walk by a shop facade with miniatures of women bowing to a priest, a very popular souvenir due to it’s resemblance to a blowjob.
Photographed by the goddess Anna Von Chatziantonoglou.
(Continued from previous post)

Lego CrossDresser

A work by Kaptain Kobold.

Thank you Kaptain for broadening our Lego horizons!

Found here


Sculpture created  from found objects by  New York-based self-taught artist Peter Wilcox


Tokyo-based Clone Factory is now creating mini clone dolls from 3D modelling and printing technology. Fully processed in the company’s akihabra office, the service is capable of replicating hairstyles, makeup and clothes to fully encapsulate a special moment such as the customer’s wedding day.

To start the process, high-res photographs are taken of the customer’s head from a number of DSLR cameras at multiple angles. the information is then processed by a computer to create a detailed 3D model which is then fed into a 3D printer. painted to fully imitate their real-life counter part, the cloning serve costs 1,770 USD.

This is what objects look like after printing. The remaining powdery plaster needs to be removed.

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