Monday, December 29, 2008

Mad Tea Parties!

I found these amazing tea sets via Sa Marraine La Fée. This is just the sort of thing that tickles my fancy! The first set was created by Yvonne Lee Schultz. The Porcelain Pistols are replicas of James Bond’s Walther PPK and its contemporary sister, the P99! It would be incredible if the pistols were actually sugar dispensers!

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The second set is called the “Hybrid Tea Set”, designed by Ronit Baranga from Israel for the “Dining in 2015″ competition of designboom.

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10 comments:

Tecu'Mish said...

Wonderful! You find the most amazing things! Thank you for sharing!
Tecu'Mish

Mon Petit Fantome said...

That Hybrid Tea Set is fantastic!!!
Love, love, love it.
xo.

Suzanne said...

Hmm.. I must say that Yvonne Lee's set strongly reminds me of Charles Krafft's Disasterware™ dishes.

I collected a few links in a post a year ago called "Porcellana Nervosa" (yep, it's in serious need of an update) and think you will find some inspiring links there.

Oh, and have you had a look at "Fragiles" by Gestalten? It's quite glorious, to say the least..

LADY LAVONA said...

Wow Suzanne! Thanks for all the amazing links...so many wonderful artists I've never seen before!

FULL MOON INDUSTRIES said...

stumbled upon your blog found in quite interesting; please stop by when you have some time! all comments are always welcome! HAPPY NEW YEAR!
http://fullmoonindustries.blogspot.com/
stay true to what you do~
FMI

Leila Marvel said...

Wow these are just amazing. I look forward to all that you share with us this year!

Marraine said...

Happy new year, Lady Lavona, may 2009 bring us many great inspirations like these!

sMacThoughts said...

My gosh, these are spectacular!

sMacThoughts said...

My gosh, these are spectacular!

Miss Lexia said...

This is a brilliant idea and so well executed. I'm glad you posted it