Sculptures by Laurent Craste.
really cool! I wonder how she fires these and gets them to hold the shape.
not sure but i would guess he/she made the impression first-removed the tool- then fired- then put the tool back. just a guess though.
nice… what an awesome idea!
I’m strangely aroused.
really great !
I hope you don’t mind if I use this on my blog. This is just amazing. I giving full credit to this website. I love it in here.
Woah, these are really cool.
I love the destructive energy of these sculptures.
This is really cool but what is it made of?
It’s a ceramist based in Montreal, Canada. These are made of clay.
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What a beautifull exploration of destruction!
amazing I like what you have done this is true artwork
its made from porcelain
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