If you're lucky enough to be invited into Nancy Hall's studio, just be careful what you open.

There aren't any jack in the boxes here but there are 17 odd terracotta penises hiding in a very unassuming broccoli box in a dusty corner of her space.

Nancy Hall, ceramics artist and long term local, knows a lot about penises, after all, she has made over 300 in the last two decades.

Most of her penises end up in very dry and dusty places- in sex education classes in the outback.

The Northern Territory health department commissioned her to make them in the 1980s after the original wax models were melting in the extreme heat in Central Australia.

Nancy says the models are pretty easy to make. All you need is a mould, some clay slip, hot kiln and maybe a good lie down.

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