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What One Artist Adds To Seemingly Normal Ceramic Pieces Is Beyond Strange

JANUARY 21, 2015

It's always nice when someone brings out their ceramic dishware when you come over. Well, it's supposed to be nice. That isn't to say that Ronit Baranga's work isn't absolutely incredible—it's just not "nice." Their ceramic pieces with fingers and mouths are simply beautiful in their own way. Saying that these are unique is quite an understatement.

If you've ever seen ceramic art like Ronit Baranga's, what kind of nightmares have you been having?

The artist describes their work as the combination of the “still” and the “alive” joined as one.

Baranga wants to change the way in which we observe useful tableware.

Mission accomplished, Ronit!

I know I'll never look at ceramic tableware the same way again.

Even if it's not a Ronit Baranga piece, I feel like my mind will superimpose fingers and a mouth on every dish from now on.

What could possibly be more appetizing than that?

(via BoredPanda)

I feel like "scarily good" is the only way to describe these pieces. If you'd like to see more of Ronit Baranga's work, check out their website.

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