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Porcelain Vessels Pummeled in Unfortunate Accidents by Laurent Craste

Laurent Craste, an artist based out of Montreal, is always amazed with decorative objects and knowing more about them by beating up the porcelain sculptures. Although the accidents that happen are not happy ones, they comprise of knives, nails etc. Craste said that the base for the research is due to the original models used by porcelain manufacturers in the 18th and 19th century in Europe and the way they can be subject to a subversive process forms as a model for research.

Craste is an artist who believes in knowing about the underlying history with more details. You can also look at his Back Gallery Project or follow on his website.

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled

Porcelain-Vessel-Pummeled