Porcelain is a dental material used by a dental technician to create biocompatible lifelike dental restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and veneers for the patient. Dental crowns are miniature pieces of art! Truly!
Here is a giant sculpture by a porcelain artist Rachel Kneebone, named 399 Days.
399 Days, the largest and most ambitious sculpture Kneebone has ever produced, is now on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Combining minute detail with towering scale, this five-meter high porcelain tower features intricately modeled and detailed figurative scenarios. From every angle, vines, tendrils, and body parts merge and multiply, evoking a state of flux and struggle. Beautiful.