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by Promila Shastri last modified Aug 17, 2013

“The pieces that I make take something disposable or transient and make it permanent,” says Virginia Sin, founder of the Brooklyn-based design studio SIN, and her Gluttony Collection of ceramic tableware expresses that sentiment precisely. Comprised of a suite of startlingly authentic looking ‘paper’ plates and ‘wafer’ ice cream cones, — Continue reading …




 

 

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“The pieces that I make take something disposable or transient and make it permanent,” says Virginia Sin, founder of the Brooklyn-based design studio SIN, and her Gluttony Collection of ceramic tableware expresses that sentiment precisely. Comprised of a suite of startlingly authentic looking ‘paper’ plates and ‘wafer’ ice cream cones, the pieces finish the circle that begins when the disposable replaces the permanent.

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