The ants meeting by Re Jin Lee

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 29 August 2008

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the meeting series

hand painted ants on wall plates strictly for decoration purposes!

plate 01
5 7/8" diameter modern white porcelain saucer.

plate 02
4 7/8" diameter A. Vignaud Limoges, France (from 1938-1970) (gold rims)

plate 03
4 1/2" diameter ‘Japan’ vintage saucer. (gold rims)

Those who are interested for orders, please visit the famous e-shop Supermarket

about the designer

Bailey Doesn’t Bark was created so that New York based artist and designer, Re Jin Lee, could share her passion for making art useful. Re Jin has studied art most her life and has been much influenced by the dedication to simplicity and the beautiful works of her mother and artist, Nam. Having studied and worked as a clothing designer and stylist prior to starting Bailey Doesn’t Bark, Re Jin understands the importance of functionality and comfort. When designing the artwork and selecting the wares, the process is much similar as to when selecting fabrics and constructing patterns. It is a balance that has to be carefully thought through for beautiful and functional final products. Currently, Re Jin hand paints her illustrations on delicate, simple and elegant ceramic wares. Her intentions are to expand to a wide variety of products, such as stationeries, clothing and more.

visit www.flickr.com/baileydoesntbark for more photos 

postscript:  I would also suggest  to read Re Jin's interview at HeartHandmade, a blog where its founder Marichelle features amazing HANDMADE works of independent artists.

sources:

bltd , Bailey Doesn’t Bark

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    JUST COOL DESIGN | 2008-09-04 22:29:47

    theres something disconcertingly creepy about these plates - i find them annoying to look at

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