Having a WHALE of a time

February 4, 2010

Shiver me timbers, Thomas Paul‘s released some fabulous new designs. You’ll find these fantastic Scrimshaw-esque plates in his new collection at Supernice. Apparently, Scrimshaw is an art form traditionally practised by sailors at sea who used whale bone or teeth as canvases for drawing and carving elaborate whaling scenes.

Luckily, Thomas Paul‘s plates are made of dishwasher-safe melamine, not whale bone!

His soft furnishing collection features similarly nautical designs, so you could have your whole house ship-shape in no time. – Ellie

2 Responses to “Having a WHALE of a time”

  1. biz Says:

    nautical = fabulous. thanks for sharing

  2. Queenie Bee Says:

    These are sooo unusual – never seen anything like it before. Very unique and lovely. I especially like the plates.


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