The designer Javier Mariscal launches his own collection of drawings on ceramics.
Unique pieces, hand painted by the author, illustrating his imaginary world.
Mariscal launches his first collection of ceramics. His passion for drawing is now reflected on plates, bowls and fruit bowls. Fresh and original, the collection wants to fill the table with joy. As Mariscal says “I hope that this piece will accompany you and brighten up your day to day life.“
His first approach to ceramics was in the 1980s when he was commissioned to create a tea set for a Japanese client. Later he was part of an iconic collaboration with Bidasoa, creating objects like the Olé vase, which today is a design classic.
He now decided to launch his own collection of handmade ceramics, painted with Japanese brushes. The drawings radiate Mediterranean atmosphere depicting palm trees, arabesque plots, birds, fruits, flowers and Mariscal’s mythical characters, the Garriris.
The illustrated ceramics seek to coordinate and mingle in everyday life; “The plates and bowls invite food and fruit.”
A variety of sizes were chosen to appeal to all audiences, offering pieces at affordable prices as well as more elaborate objects for collectors. The collection will be enhanced with new proposals throughout the year.