Pansy Ass Ceramics Crafts Penis Planters You Can Pot Your Succulents In (NSFW)

Toronto-based Pansy Ass Ceramics turns your grandma’s china into something a bit more gay. All items are handprinted and are one-of-a-kind.

Founders Andy Walker and Kris Aaron talked to the Huffington Post all about their summer art project that grew into a full-fledged business. “We loved juxtaposing this old, ornate dinnerware with rudimentary porno drawings,” they said. “So we thought it was a funny marriage. It’s fun and silly and in a way really beautiful.”

“In one of my favorite pieces we’ve done so far, there’s a bondage theme,” the guys said. “A boy is tied up and he’s amongst this really gaudy ’70s floral pattern. I think the combination of these two things is really hilarious and kind of sexy, too.”

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Their sassy and sexy ceramic knick-knacks and tchotchkes are the perfect addition to any queer home. They also have T-shirts, sweatshirts and sex-positive pins. But our favorite item they have created is the “Succulent Cock” planter.

A huge penis you can attach on your wall to display your favorite plant for your guests and Hornet hookups to see! It’s currently sold out because it’s so popular, so we’re hoping they restock soon.

The duo also just had an art show featuring their penis planters entitled Gag at DAIS Gallery in Toronto.

The guys said in a statement:

Gag is a collection of artwork inspired by the fetish world and gay culture. “Gagging” is a slang term primarily used by gay men in the early to mid-’90s, used when something is so fierce you can’t help but wanting to gag from the overload of extreme ferocity. With the show we delve into themes of gagging as a fetish or something that gives us pleasure to it being a symbol for the silence of so many LGBTQ worldwide.

“I read in the book Behind the Candelabra is based off, Liberace’s boyfriend described how Liberace loved to put beautiful, priceless works of art next to just garbage shit from Vegas,” they told Huffington Post back in 2015. “I love that. It doesn’t matter the cost; if you love something, display it. Anything you love has merit.”

“Today’s gay culture favors minimal design,” they said. “Everyone likes clean lines and straight edges and white surfaces. It’s all very sterile and clean. I like that style, but I like the idea putting a crazy, gaudy pink porcelain teddy bear on your minimalist credenza. Layer your tastes and see what happens.”

Take a look at “Succulent Cock” and some other Pansy Ass Ceramics:

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