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arty ceramics for everyday use


There's a theory out there that viewers are more likely to see themselves in simplistic line drawings as opposed to hyper-realistic portraits. That might explain why we feel so drawn to Glinka Ceramics' cast of clay characters and their relatable expressions. Russian maker Inna is a fan of celebrating her chosen medium's imperfections, preferring to keep the soft, trembly edges on her objects and decorating them with naive drawings. Perhaps you need a lazy cat to hold your napkins or a skeptical elephant to display your flowers. If so, head to Glinka's Etsy store to place an order.