Juz Kitson, a ceramicist from Australia, creates beautifully grotesque arrangements of porcelain, hair, latex, and other materials. Her sculptures are incredibly intricate, albeit freakish. They bulge and overflow with intestines, bones, teeth, botanicals, sexual organs, horse hair, and sheep’s wool, forming provocative alien-like hybrids of human and nature.
I’m obsessed with Kitson’s work, and there’s something so disturbingly satisfying about scanning over every fleshy pink bump, milky fold, and hairy tendril. Be sure to check out her Instagram feed because the behind-the-scenes work and unfired porcelain are equally fascinating.