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Beetles and Fear: The Inspirations Behind Julia Pilipchatina’s Work


Porcelain has a long and fascinating history, dating back to the 7th or 8th century in China. It wasn’t until the early 18th century that porcelain was first produced in Europe. The elegant surfaces and ornate designs of porcelain made it highly sought-after globally. Porcelain painting became an art form that emphasized numerous patterned layers of colorful glaze, transforming dinnerware and decorative vessels into canvases of intricate beauty. Continue reading »

Whimsical Animals Take Center Stage on Christina Sutton Painting’s Dinnerware


Montana-based artist Christina Sutton, known as Little Bird Painting, has taken ordinary dinnerware to the next level with her whimsical illustrations of animals. Sutton draws inspiration from the natural beauty of her surroundings, which she then incorporates into her charming artwork. Her designs are reminiscent of traditional printmaking techniques, featuring animals framed by a border of flora. Continue reading »

Offensive Plates To Insult Your Guests With Class


Social norms might restrict you from revealing to people how you feel about them, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get around it. We have created a collection from various Etsy sellers of delicate series of not-so-subtly insulting plates “for the lady who speaks her mind”. Continue reading »

Designer Develops Alzheimer’s-Friendly Tableware Thanks to Inspiration from Her Late Grandmother


Industrial designer Sha Yao created the inspiring Eatwell tableware line to help those who are coping with Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading »