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  • Richard Grace-Hughes

    "Sculptural pieces of children depicted in gory scenes".. by #Artist #MariaRubinke .. #Sculpture #Art ..

  • rebekah peace

    opium-and-arsenic: saturdayxiv: opium-and-arsenic: creepy dolls Source? Actually I’ve took them from 3 different web sites. Anyway the artist is Maria rubinke.

  • Michael Owens

    Maria Rubinke is an amazing artist currently based out of Copenhagen, Denmark who creates sculptural pieces of little children depicted in gruesome and gory ways

  • LovMyFreckles

    Look at the brains on her

  • Juanpablo Peschiera Fort

    art blog - Maria Rubinke - empty kingdom

  • A Skeptical Designer

    bloody ceramic sculptures Maria Rubinke

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Rubinke Maria : sculptor Posted on May 19, 2012 Danish-born Maria Rubinke’s (1985) small porcelain figures are reminiscent of the illogical compositions of surrealism, transforming the character of what are traditionally charming and passive objects into expressions of more taboo feelings that oscillate between desire and sadism.

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Maria Rubinke creates deformed and bloody porcelain doll figures.

Maria Rubinke's from Denmark(1985) small porcelain figures are reminiscent of the illogical compositions of surrealism, transforming the character of what are traditionally charming and passive objects into expressions of more taboo feelings that oscillate between desire and sadism.

maria rubinke. Well, this is grim. In such a cute way.

I have looked at this doll more than once. It's disturbing and compelling and I've decided I DO like it!

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This sculpture is of a man and is made entirely in chain. The man's face is hidden from view, and in combination with the use of chain, it makes me think of him as a prisoner. This could be a cool study in how the materials affect the thoughts of the viewer.