The Female Figure

Sarah Cihat creates dishes that really know how to rock. Even more impressive is that all of her dishes are "rehabilitated" or made by reincarnating used and unwanted cermanics into modern, desirable pieces.
Eduard Erlikh has worked for lots of the big names of the magazine biz and many of his images are gorgeously saturated in rich colors. I really like some of his more "simple" drawings. It is remarkable how much character and personality he captures with a few simple lines.

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40 comments:

  1. I like the simple drawings too and the red plate too, very creative and fun

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  2. i would love to have one of those dishes in my kitchen!!

    and ohh, i love the eduard erlikh images. they are so beautiful.

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  3. Those dishes are fantastic! I love anything recycled in inventive ways, I have a chair made from old rice sacks bound together which I adore. And those line drawings by Eduard Erlikh are absolutely gorgeous!!! I remember doing a project of just line drawing, and it is so much harder than one would think to draw a good piece.

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  4. I love the plates, they're just brilliant! x

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  5. Those are neat plates! I wish more people would "rehabilitate" stuff like that! It's a good idea.

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  6. Ho Ho Ho! ^^ So lovely drawings! Sexy porcelain for a dinner sexy with a boy..... Its so funny! The pink are just great! Thanx for the sweet moment! :)

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  7. these are awesome, i love the purple one - although i dont know if id actually be able to use it as a plate - i'd just stare at it!

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  8. Now this is why I am so looking forward to buying my own dishes when I grow up.

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  9. Definitely delish! I don't know that I could eat off something so sexy...

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  10. Oh I love them! The colours of the plates are also delectable! Amazing that they're "recycled" from unwanted ceramics... Yum.

    Thanks for the comment :-D

    Xxxc

    http://clothestohealabrokenheart.blogspot.com/

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  11. Oh love the dishes...I now want them which is bad....Have linked you on my blog...check me out..

    http://josclothes.blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful! I love the colors of the plates so much.

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  13. Interestng,
    I can't wait for your Q&A post!

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  14. Come darling and join a tag on my blog!

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  15. I love those last drawings. Simple lines are the most difficult to do well i think, and I always admire someone who can tell a story with that little details. Awesome!

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  16. those drawings are so lovely. i've been drawing a lot of simple portraits and i want to transition into figure drawings - those last drawings are very inspirational

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  17. I love the bold sillouteds on such a dainty plate

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  18. These are really pretty, though I'm not sure how comfortable I would be eating off of them...

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  19. Did you ever make a plate for your mom for mother's day or anything? Like where you would draw on a special piece of paper and your teacher would send it away and they'd mail back your childish scrawled plate.
    Anyway, those plates kinda remind me of that in a way. I really don't know why, but they do. And I like them!

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  20. wihihihihhi!i can only imagine eating on a plate with a female on it posing like that. so cute btw.

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  21. Wow those drawings are amazing I love how the simplicity conveys so much. I want one! xx

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  22. i love those illustrations, they are beautiful
    - Karen
    www.acupofvogue.blogspot.com

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  23. sweet! i want to buy my mom plates like this(: she would love them. i like his single lined figures, very very simple and cool. anyhowww thankyou for the comments on my blog they're sweet. and i hope it warms up wherever in the globe it is that you live, so you can start donning your favorite spring fashions! xx
    www.ibitefashion.blogspot.com

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  24. I love those line drawings. And you're right they have so much character.

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  25. interesting idea with the plates.
    I wonder how hard it would be to create something similar...
    Love the sketches

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  26. Those plates are so cute! Love the lilac one best(: And those line drawings! What is remarkable is how simple they look; and yet; so hard to replicate!

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  27. It would have been wonderful to eat breakfast with a plate like that!
    The simple lines make the drawings by EE very glamorous.

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  28. Love the plates, great find!

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  29. I am always impressed by artists who know how to work with line quality. It can be SO powerful!

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  30. wow! they do rock. I'd feel so bad about covering up the wonderful pictures with my weird food!

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