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A nice and rare blu square vase dating: 18th Century provenance: China Shaped as a baluster and s

A nice and rare blu square vase dating: Century provenance: China Shaped as a baluster and s

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong

Li Lihong - ceramic sculptures combining corporate logos with traditional Chinese imagery - via theinspirationgrid

Ah Xian     /    China  /  Just amazing!

From left to right: Ah Xian, China China – Bust 34 Porcelain, underglaze paint, 42 x 40 x 22 cm. Ah Xian, China China – Bust.

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Corporate Logos as Traditional Chinese Ceramics by Li Lihong

Li Lihong - ceramic sculptures combining corporate logos with traditional Chinese imagery - via theinspirationgrid

Jeri Hollister : "My influences include Japanese Haniwa and Chinese Xian Tomb and T'ang Dynasty ceramic sculpture, as well as other modern masters such as Marino Marini and Pablo Picasso."

Jeri Hollister : "My influences include Japanese Haniwa and Chinese Xian Tomb and T'ang Dynasty ceramic sculpture, as well as other modern masters such as Marino Marini and Pablo Picasso.

Surreal Animal Sculptures Carrying Monumental Elements of Nature by Wang Ruilin

Surreal Animal Sculptures Carrying Monumental Elements of Nature by Wang Ruilin In an ongoing series titled “Dreams,” Chinese sculptor Wang Ruilin creates surreal animals that don’t act like animals.

Ah Xian (Chinese, lives in Australia) Porcelain casting, Appropriates styles and techniques of Ming Dynasty ceramics and Western portrait busts, Portraits/ cultural identity that explore ideas of "Chineseness"

Human Canvas Paintings - Ah Xian Creates Intricate Designs on Faces and Shoulders (GALLERY)

Corporate Logos As Traditional Chinese Ceramics

China - Mickey Mouse, by Li Lihong China Design Today at Themes & Variations, London MODERN Magazine

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