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British / Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare Fine Dining Collection For Tate

[Image credit: Yinka Shonibare for Tate, Small Plate – Tate]
British/Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare MBE has designed an exclusive range of highly collectable fine bone china dinnerware for Tate, one the UK’s premier art institutions. The limited edition collection sees a distinctively patterned tea set and dinner plates inspired by, the Tate’s archives, research Yinka carries out at the institution, as well influences from his own work. The illustrations combine historical text and imagery, which is incorporated into several different collage patterns, based on the Yinka’s intricate collage drawings. The patterns are created using an array of media, including the Dutch Wax fabrics the British/Nigerian artist often incorporates into his work, Financial Times newspaper cuttings, and gold leaf, which is used to depict the layered and diverse histories found within the Tate archive.

[Image credits: Yinka Shonibare for Tate, from top, Teapot, Teacup, Jug, 
Large Plate, Medium Plate – Tate]
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