15.10.14 by Jeff

Sculptures Made of Thousands of Ceramic Shards by Artist Zemer Peled

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Israeli artist Zemer Peled creates beautiful organic forms out of porcelain shards and clay. See more below.

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Zemer Peled’s Website

Via: Colossal













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Joe

    Stunning.

  • Sarah Blum

    Gorgeous and menacing!

  • ninobenito

    i want one.

  • I’m loving the vagina dentata

  • I really want to touch these things! But it’s forbiden, I know, I know.





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