I've long been a fan of the tongue-in-cheek creative design duo, Nicholas Lovegrove & Demian Repucci. Having posted their Concerto Table, their deliciously delightful New York Delft Collection plates and their fun and funky Fido bag on several social shopping sites as well as on my own lists at thisnext.com over the past 2 years, I was tickled to see their latest "ad" for their New York Delft Dinnerware.
New York Delft Tableware:
The classic tradition of Dutch Delft craftsmanship hits the streets of New York City. Presenting the ‘New York Delft’ Porcelain dinnerware collection. Each place setting is made of fine porcelain and has five pieces; a dinner plate, side plate, soup bowl, cup and saucer.
$100 five piece place setting
cup and saucer is also sold separately for $20.
The Concerto Table (combo ipod docking station, desk and dinnertable)
Electronics: Apple AV Connection Kit with remote control, compatible with all iPods
Speakers: 2 x 50watt two-way speakers, 6.5’ x 1”
Materials: Finish plywood, poplar, stainless steel
Finishes: Bright white or black high gloss enamel
Price: $14000 usd + shipping
The Fido Bag:
Vinyl bag with nylon inner lining. Detachable 'head' bag for carrying keys, cards, phone or other valuables. Also in brown or black. And on sale right now.
They describe their work as follows: Lovegrove & Repucci’s work focuses on the emotional response and experiential relationships created through contact with the designed environment. Encompassing product and furniture design, brand design,interior and graphic design and fashion, we continue to produce provocative design solutions for our clients as well as for the Lovegrove & Repucci collection.
You can purchase the above items here.
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