Original price 原價 HK$840
"KOL" Rice Patten Plate
Simple at first glance, there is a twist to this seemingly traditional design when conventional Chinese prosperous symbols have been replaced by icons we often see on social media, such as likes and hashtags. For example, the dragon at the centre is taking a selfie with its mobile phone. As we spend more and more time on social media, many of us are posting simply for a satisfactory like or comment from our friends. All of us are literally living for ‘likes’. ;)
驟看古樸清新、細看驚喜別緻，原來青花米通瓷碟上常見的吉祥圖案換成了社交網絡裡的「心心」和「讚好」。加上發文時經常使用到的「#」，搭配復古金框；碟中央的龍更拿起了手機自拍，閃光滿滿，可見「呃 LIKE 度」十足！現代人經常投放大量時間於社交媒體，希望「被讚」，大家所追求的快樂非它莫屬！
"Bitches" Canton Style Plate
Colourful birds, fighting cocks and human daily life were commonly used as decoration in traditional Canton style porcelain, but what if we replaced them with a modern workplace scenario? With a rich polychrome decoration of flowers, animals, this plate not only keeps the distinguishing feature of Canton style porcelain but also gives a unique sense of modernity. Male and female coworkers gathering in the office, gossiping and talking under the pretence of working hard; this plate is ideal for serving the peanuts with your friends!
"Son of the rich" Red-Glazed Plate
With auspicious red colour and distinct patterns, traditional porcelain is often red-glazed, featuring scenes of traditionalgardens and seasonal blooms. This design adds a modern twist: Modern people enjoying an ancient garden landscapecreates a sense of humour between the old and new. The peacock to the left is in full display. Per Chinese culture, its"thousand eyes" is promoting fame and auspiciousness while the circular coin with a square hole generates prosperity for the viewer. Relaxation in a modern-day context is no more than playing guitar, or walking the dog!
3 Wishes Plates Boxset
From the dawn of time, tradesmen decorated Chinese porcelain with symbolic and auspicious ideas. Bat (fu 蝠) is a symbol of good fortune while deer (lu 鹿) symbolises the ability to reap rewards (lu 祿). The decorative details on Chinese porcelain reflect the hopes and wishes of the ancient Chinese people. Each generation holds a different set of expectations, and younger Millennials are driven by differentdesires today. Therefore, our work tries to combine traditional Chinese porcelain with popular culture, aiming to bring traditional crafts and blessings into everyday life.