Nightmare porcelain figures for evil grandmas

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It seems that Danish artist Maria Rubinke makes classic porcelain in the greatest European tradition—until you see the gore details and blood over them. They would be perfect for your grandmother—if she were a vampire, a werewolf, or a psychopath.

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Images via Maria Rubinke's Facebook


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yilia
Meowton, we got a problem...

This reminded me of a blue porcelain girl that I had. Once it fell and one eye got scratched, so I scratched both eyes white to match. Boy, those sinister eyes kept following me everywhere in my room. My friends would come over and after a few minutes they'd turn the porcelain to face the wall. Once I even had to cover it, because we were trading horror stories. The first pic. is exactly how it looked like. 3:44am here, I wonder if I'd sleep and wake up to find a porcelain girl on my side table. (Shudder)