Similar to the British artist Jessica Harrison who adds blood and gore to Victorian-like ceramic figurines, Danish-born Maria Rubinke creates deformed and bloody porcelain doll figures.

In her sculptures, Rubinke takes the innocence out of small ceramic doll figures and plays them out as demented and dangerous creatures.

The result is a mix of surrealism and violence, to create deformed and bloody scenarios—a great contrast to the traditional aesthetic associated to these passive, decorative and delicate objects.

[via Lost At E Minor]
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