Ceramic Ice Cream Cones and "Paper" Plates

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You'll have to do a double take when you feast your eyes on the work of ceramic artist, Virginia Sin. She's intentionally warped her work to make it look like the items in our own pantry.

Wouldn't you love to order an ice cream cone at a fancy restaurant and see your creamy creation presented to you in one of these beauties? It'll even save you some calories.

The lovely and asymmetrical paper plates after the jump.

Each piece is one of a kind, excess clay is reclaimed and reused and the glaze is non-toxic and lead free. Love that.

Virginia Sin slip casts and makes each piece herself in her Brooklyn-based studio. She's earned national recognition and rightly so, her work is innovative and fun.

Here are those "paper" plates:


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