Chinese ceramic artist Feng Chengren works alongside the country's top leaders in his shop in eastern China. Their smooth faces, lightly tanned by the soil of nearby riverbanks, smile benignly at lines of customers.
Feng's workshop is one of the few in Jingdezhen - China's porcelain capital - that does not specialise in the signature blue-and-white patterned ware that the city is known for.
Instead, Feng creates leaders.
Off the red tourism trail, Xi's images still find their way into the homes and offices.
Most of Feng's customers order Xi busts as "high-quality gifts," he said, often their bosses, many of whom are Party members.
Smaller 50-cm tall busts of Xi sell for 260 yuan ($37.86). A 1.5-metre statue can go for 1,600 yuan.
Photo Editing by Angie Dixon; Editing by Gerry Doyle