Thursday, December 10, 2009
A lovely dinette, part two
She lives and works in paris. She mixes different techniques and mediums, illustrations, ceramics,textile and painting…
She is inspired by her travels, but also by the mixing of vintage toys and old engravings of flowers and animals. Her work is colourful, "naive and poetic, sometimes strange, to the point of tending towards art brut", as she defines it. Her world is nurtured by popular and folk art. She produces children’s and graphic’s books, knitted and stuffed toys, glass pictures, patterned dishes and this lovely dinette.
In a Cardboard suitcase, the dinette set contains 14 pieces of metal: a small plate, kettle, 4 small cups and saucers and 4 plates. All very nicely illustrated by Nathalie Lete.
She also creates exclusive pieces for stores such as Anthopologie like postcards,ceramic sculptures, silkscreen... in limited edition…
Posted by Emma in California at 10:23 AM