Broken Things

Chilean artist Livia Marin’s series “Broken Things” showcases porcelain cups and bowls, cracked and distorted.  And though the fractures are meant to represent fatality and loss, the spilling over of pattern and form beautifully represents care and continuation.

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  1. Julian wrote:

    Wow, these are really fascinating and different.

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  2. Rebelle Fleur wrote:
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  3. This is amazing, very interesting! x

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  4. Emily wrote:

    These are stunning. Thanks for sharing! They aren’t for sale?

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  5. This is awesome!

    xoxo
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  6. whoa! so cool. I would love to know how these are made!

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  7. This is an incredible idea. So creative and beautiful. I love these posts.

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  8. Em wrote:

    Amazing

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  9. Jessie wrote:

    fascinating art pieces. i love it.

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  10. Wow these cups look so amazing…I love the “spilling over” effect its a one of a kind piece of art

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  11. Meghan wrote:

    these are amazing

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  12. Laura wrote:

    what original!! Really cool.

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  13. Carrie wrote:

    Omigosh. These are just brilliant.

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  14. Manu wrote:

    Melting porcelain! How cool is that? Besos!

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  15. january wrote:

    these are incredible.

    genius.

    january, x
    jessicajanuary.com

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  16. anne wrote:

    this is such a good idea!

    http://remplirlesblancs.blogspot.com/

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  17. Wynn wrote:

    That is very cool!!

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  18. amourette wrote:

    LOVE it

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