Dynamic pottery sculptures by Honk Kong-based artist

Abstractly living ceramics by Johnson Cheung-shing, a Honk Kong-based artist known as Johnson Tsang, are vividly present to our eye, which combine traditional crockery like cups, bowls and plates together with vivid parts of human faces and dynamic watery splashes to create impressive visual effect.

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