Calamityware, Porcelain Plates with Traditional Designs That Are Augmented with Monsters

Calamityware, Porcelain Plates with Traditional Designs That Are Augmented with Monsters

Calamityware: Terrifying Doomsday Scenarios Portrayed On Traditional Blue Porcelain Plates

Calamityware: Terrifying Doomsday Scenarios Portrayed On Traditional Blue Porcelain Plates

The tradition of decorating white porcelain dishware with intricate blue patterns is centuries old, so you'd assume there's nothing new to be discovered in this classical craft. However, in Pittsburgh-based graphic designer Don Moyer's

for today’s photographer spotlight, we arrive in Portland. Traci French, better known as Mrs. French, is such a kind person with an amazing eye

Calamityware produces fine porcelain willow-style plates with subtle, silly, calamities like flying monkeys, UFOs, giant robots and, this time, a rambunctious volcano.

Plate 6: Volcano

Calamityware produces fine porcelain willow-style plates with subtle, silly, calamities like flying monkeys, UFOs, giant robots and, this time, a rambunctious volcano.

A Chinese Porcelain Plate Diameter 10 1/2 inches.

A Chinese Porcelain Plate Diameter 10 1/2 inches.

More than 400 monsters, obnoxious creatures, and other bad boys enliven this celebration of the paisley-rich bandanas of yesteryear. BADbandana

More than 400 monsters, obnoxious creatures, and other bad boys enliven this celebration of the paisley-rich bandanas of yesteryear. BADbandana

Pot 'pheasants', Chinese porcelain, Ming Dynasty, Wanli period (1563-1620)

Pot 'pheasants', Chinese porcelain, Ming Dynasty, Wanli period (1563-1620)

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