Op art meets high tea in this visually stimulating china collection
BY DEE IVA
There's nothing like a collaboration to get our juices flowing. When West London ceramicist Richard Brendon and Shoreditch-based patternmeisters Patternity joined forces last year the result was design heaven. Two china ranges, 'Warp' and 'Reason', featured cobalt blue stripes in clashing combinations to startling effect.
Handmade in Stoke-on-Trent, the 'Warp' range has now expanded to include Brendon's platinum 'Reflect' cups which warp the stripes into even more bizarre arrangements. Burnished gold is also in play, a nice nod to the heritage of fine china design. 'Reason' sticks with the pure blue and white palette letting the dazzling stripe-offs work their magic across cups, saucers, teapots, milk jugs and sugar bowls.