ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
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ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info
ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga
When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)
Zoom Info

ianbrooks:

Ceramic Mouths by Ronit Baranga

When I’m investigating Internet things for the bloggy, a pretty good barometer for whether I should post something or not is: “would I want to put my mouth on it?” I find this eliminates nearly 1/5th of all possible candidates, though I never once thought to instead ask: “would I let it put its mouth on me?”, because Ronit’s ceramic tableware possesses mouth things with toofs and tongues for licking inanimate funtime. Part of the Kama Sex and Design exhibit at Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy, showing through March 10th, 2013.

Artist: Website (via: Design Boom)