CLARITY: Sculpture By Brazilian Artist Stephan Doitschinoff

Posted by Suzie Wong | September 26th, 2012 Share

Real Size Porcelain Hand Sculpture

Clardidade (meaning ‘clarity’, roughly $1.290) by Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschinoff is a real size hand sculpture made out of clear white porcelain, featuring in gold the typical religious, mythological, folkloric symbols Doitschinoff uses in his paintings and murals.

The hand reads ‘CRAS’ on its fingernails, meaning tomorrow in Latin and the name of a series of artworks Stephan Doitschinoff has been working on recently.

This artwork has been manufactured by Case Studyo in a limited edition of 25 pieces and comes in a silkscreened wooden box containing a signed and numbered certificate by the artist. Further Stephan Doitschinoff released a collection of his latest works and performances in the illustrated book entitled CRAS. ❚ Flattr this

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