Dutch artist Maxime Ansiau had the idea to combined traditional plates printed with cool Skyscraper iamges and repetitive Dutch country houses. These are true works of art that will look better on your wall than on your table.
Plating and food presentation are taken to another level in Jean-Francois de Witte‘s photographs. While the bulk of his work is in the advertising and editorial realm, this latest series showcases the Belgian photographer and
East meets west in Seletti’s new Hybrid Collection. The Italian company, known for adding innovation to everyday household products, recently commissioned creative studio CTRLZAK to design a series of porcelain dishware. The result? Plates, bowls, mugs, and saucers that are pretty much all the table conversation starter you need. These pieces are seriously too pretty [...]
Users of Adobe software will love these “iPlate’s” by French illustrator Todd Borka! “Who has never dreamed to be able to manage details of one’s own life like we manipulate today images on software like Photoshop? Who has never thought to do ‘apple Z’ after breaking a glass?” Borka created this series of funny plates [...]
In Case of Emergency Break China! These China Knuckles by Etsy seller TheBrokenPlate are made from a recycled piece of Johnson Brothers china plates. They are for the girl who wants to be chic and eco-friendly while still be conscious of self defense – Warning: Fragile! Not meant for use in an actual fight. If [...]