Charlotte Mei

October 8, 2012



By Koseli.

I love when art makes me laugh or smile. Charlotte Mei makes the cleverest ceramic plates I could ever imagine. Childish but sophisticated, her happy toast, sad toast, and content toast would make for a whimsical place setting, to be sure. Can you imagine seeing that grumpy face every time you finished your breakfast, or are traditional place settings more your style?

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1 Cambria October 8, 2012 at 1:13 pm

I LOVE the Toast, so cute.

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2 Sharon @ Discovering blog October 8, 2012 at 1:53 pm

These are awesome! I just realized that I need to upgrade my 7 yo’s choice of dishes. He’s past the Diego plates, but I’d like something more durable and fun than my white dishes for his food. These are a cute idea!

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3 Koseli October 12, 2012 at 4:02 pm

It’s hard to find nice durable dishes for kids. Good luck!

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4 L. Bobb October 17, 2012 at 6:17 pm

I have also seen Charlotte Mei’s work at Bristol school of Arts few yrs ago. C. Mei was only a teenager then.

One project so memorable – she is a violinist and loves literature, the two things most fluid, verbal and of the mind, that you can imagine yourself hearing and emotionally feeling it in the atmosphere. However, she made that visual and tangible, did an exhibition on that not drawing or painting it but by using wood, a material totally opposit in nature – her music and poems certainly came alive in wood.

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