cc_logo

Flower Me Happy Pots

Mr. Clown, Esmaralda, Henrietta, Alfonso, Lotta and Frede are the names of Meyer-Lavigne’s three vases and three flower pots. They all have different personalities, and their expression and hairdo change with the particular plant they are hosting. Meyer-Lavigne cast the unique vases and flower pots in porcelain and then decorate them with hand-drawn motifs. The small family is intended as a celebration of nature and an appreciation of life. Their presence should remind us to be present in the moment and appreciate everyday life. The persistent elements in these products as in Meyer-Lavigne’s other designs are the story that is related through the works and the love of unique and personal qualities.

Buy here: www.meyerlavigne.dk

Meyer-Lavigne

Meyer-Lavigne. Est. 2007

Kristine Meyer b. 1970, designer and Sabine Lavigne b. 1974, designer.

Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne both graduated from The Danish Design School, the Line of Ceramics and Glass (now the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design) in 2005 with a joint project in cooperation with Royal Copenhagen.

Since 2007, they have run the company Meyer-Lavigne where they design products for the home. In addition to their own porcelain production they carry out design assignments for other design firms and styling assignments for design and interior magazines. Meyer-Lavigne exhibited their savings boxes Need more – Think twice at The Danish Ministry of Culture in 2012 and at Galeries Lafayette during the Paris Design Week in 2011. They also exhibited at Tent during London Design Festival in 2011. In 2009 they were awarded grants from Danmarks Nationalbank’s Anniversary Foundation and from Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond, and in 2002 Sabine Lavigne won an RSA Student Design Award in London. They have participated in Danish Crafts Collection CC14, CC15 and CC16.

Although the two designers studied at the Line of Ceramics and Glass, they also like to design products in other materials, like textiles, wood and print. A common characteristic of Meyer-Lavigne’s products is a decorative, unique and personal expression. The duo believes that in an affluent consumer society as ours, people should surround themselves with things that have been infused with time, craftsmanship and spirit. They find inspiration through the quirky or off-beat, the unpredictable, in the world of graphics and in personal stories and interactions.

By same artist:
Dreamsaver (CC_17, 2013)
Need More - Think Twice Creatures (CC_15, 2011)
Yippie Yi Yay (CC_14, 2010)

img c-mela-05/Flower Me Happy Pots, Mr. Clown
H: 17,5 cm
White with black transfer
More info
img c-mela-06/Flower Me Happy Pots, Esmaralda
H: 17,5 cm
White with brown and rosa transfer
More info
img c-mela-07/Flower Me Happy Pots, Henrietta
H: 17, 5 cm
White with brown and rosa transfer
More info
img c-mela-08/Flower Me Happy Pots, Alfonso
H: 15 cm
White with brown transfer
More info
img c-mela-09/Flower Me Happy Pots, Lotta
H: 15 cm
White with brown and rosa transfer
More info
img c-mela-10/Flower Me Happy Pots, Frede
H: 15 cm
White with brown and rosa transfer
More info