After I was final at MoMA, I loved looking the shop after making the rounds within the galleries. I made an impulse buy and picked up these guys:
The bundle label says “Salvador and Pablo, Salt and Pepper Cellars,” made by OMM Design with the pictures created by Ingela P. Arrhenius, who I discovered is a contract illustrator primarily based in Stockholm, Sweden. I believed it will be enjoyable to have these playful salt and pepper shakers to make use of throughout meals, so I purchased them. They’re made with porcelain, so that they have a pleasant, stable really feel to them.
A little bit extra on the artist, since I’m simply studying about her myself, after making this buy: Ingela Peterson Arrhenius was born in Holland in 1967, and studied promoting and graphic design in Stockholm. In 1992, Arrhenius began her personal enterprise as a contract illustrator engaged on a global degree with promoting, design, publishing and editorial work. Her work has included print patterns for materials, wallpaper, and stationery in addition to packaging, product design, house equipment, toys, and kids’s books. I can’t discover a private web site for her, however her Instagram account can be seen here.
In the event you’re focused on these creative salt and pepper shakers for your self, you’ll be able to find them at the MoMA store here.