Blooming Poppies Dinner Plate Set

Produced for The Heirloom Project—designer Madeline Weinrib’s initiative to honor the 10th anniversary of the Islamic Wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and to preserve historic techniques and design principles through partnerships with global artisans—this set of four fine bone china dinner plates invokes a floral motif attributed to late-17th century India. Each plate is made in India by Good Earth, the studio founded …

Artist Plate Project

All proceeds from the sales of these limited edition, artist-designed plates—made in collaboration with Coalition for the Homeless, Prospect and Artware Editions—go toward providing unhoused people with crisis services, food, shelter and more. Selling out quickly, the plates are all priced equally and feature artwork by Nina Chanel Abney, Sterling Ruby, Marina Adams, Ugo Rondinone and others.

The Experimental Gastronomy Project Reinvents + Reimagines Dining Out

A collective that invites artists to craft tableware and renowned chefs to concoct dishes that match

The Dutch creative collective Steinbeisser (which translates to “biting on rock”) was founded in 2009 by Jouw Wijnsma and Martin Kullik. In 2012, the pair formed the Experimental Gastronomy Project, a string of fine dining events designed to dismiss preconceived notions about dining out. Guests would sip from intricate, artist-made cups and eat from plates with mountainous ridges through them or boards crafted to look …