Amazingly Disturbing Porcelain Figurines By Maria Rubinke

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Maria Rubinke is a young Danish artist based in Copenhagen.
She is best known for her porcelain figurines depicting gruesome scenes. We are sure these pieces of art will divide our readers in those who love them and those who are disgusted by them. By the way, these porcelain figurines are undeniably different from everything we’ve seen before, and definitely outside the box.

Would you have one of these in your house? Let us know in the comments.


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  1. Wtf?
    I was deeply disturbed.
    No…i felt THE ARTIST was deeply disturbed.
    Sorry I couldn’t do more than appreciate the talent it took to make these figures and appreciate that they weren’t coming alive as I looked. Lol
    Target market? Your own “house of horrors” next to a wax museum in a touristy section of a beach town. In that context, these figures would find their home and you your fame.

  2. Certainly…they would definitely evoke conversation….and the artist deeply disturbed….NO, just diverse and, well thats a good thing!

  3. Well… these disturbing porcelain are a very good example of freedom of expression, however you’re able to do it doesn’t mean you have to. I know the artist def has the right to make such things, but he/she doesn’t have to or better not to. it makes me feel disgusted, not because of its bloody, but it’s children the object

  4. Those are awesome! I would love to have the entire collection in my home. I would proudly display them. My hats off to the artist. I love love love them.

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