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Cabracega's All City

From the Cabracega's website:

Within the graffiti context, All City intends to re-interpret some of the most classical Portuguese porcelain sets: the nobility of classical shapes were re-invented with improbable graffiti motifs, based on a contemporary urban language.

It’s intended to confront two different places and times. On one hand, we have the elegant quality of porcelain - represented by the table sets and decorative objects, taking us back to a different timeframe. On the other hand, there is graffiti as an art form and a way for contemporary urban intervention, which aims to promote new perspectives over cityscapes.

Kinda in the same vain as Wedgwood, no?

(via Design Spotter)

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