Ming Dynasty-Style Porcelain Made To Look Like Crushed Soda Cans

This Chinese artist is involved in an eye-catching art on crushed soda cans.

The artist is Lei Xue who is working consistently on this unusual form of art.

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The sculptor, photographer, painter and video artist uses porcelain to create sculptures.

They all look so similar to the crushed soda cans that are thrown in garbages.

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The pictures below show the mind-blowing art by this creative man.

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He mainly uses two colours, white and blue, which is deeply inspired by the Ming Dynasty of China.

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The porcelain is while itself, so taking that as a base he draws some patterns in blue.

Creating modern pieces of art infused in traditional ceramics. What a fusion of the old with the new!

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These are fully hand made art and craft pieces.

All his work is on display at Lei Xue’s beautiful artwork on Artsy as well as the website for the Gallery Martina Deterrer.

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