Simple, fun and playful. The words that pop to mind when looking at this series called Plate-Plate by the British designer Duncan Shotton.
They come in black and white with a stencil of another plate and cutlery inside the actual plate. The designer says the style has been created to highlight the food on a plate in a fun way.
The plates were originally created as part of Design Boom for Tokyo Designers Week.
They can be ordered in a range of small, medium or large and cost between $8 and $16.
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