A Painful Pot by Johnson Tsang

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

A Painful Pot is a functional teapot being squeezed by a dragon, its head functioning as the spout.
The artist is Johnson Tsang, a sculptor based in Hong Kong, China.
Johnson said: “This is a thrown porcelain pot. I am going to create an sculpture to express how I feel about my country”

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

A Dragon Teapot by Johnson Tsang tea sculpture ceramics

??????????

 via [thisiscolossal]

This entry was posted in Art and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to A Painful Pot by Johnson Tsang

  1. oolung says:

    What I like about Asian modern art is how it draws on its tradition rather than subverts it. Nice idea!

  2. Pingback: Form and Function | Where Creativity Works

Leave a Reply