A Full Plate Looks Great.

Drawing inspiration from aspects of everyday life, Brooklyn-based multi-media artist, Jason Miller, re-imagines ordinary objects, transforming them from the commonplace into arresting creations. Included in the Museum of Art & Design’s current exhibition Object Factory II: The Art of Industrial Ceramics, Jason’s porcelain series “Seconds” is available for sale in The Store.


I love the sense of one part “dinner at Grandma’s house” and the other part “flea market find”. Jason’s creativity stems from his tenure as an art director at Ogilvy & Mather and as a designer for Karim Rashid. Dinner is served and this makes it easy to tell when the meat touched the beans.




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