Thank goodness Re Jin Lee’s hand painted vintage plates are intended for decorative purposes only. Can you imagine trying to eat a meal off of one of them? Ants crawling around under your lettuce would be less than appetizing. At a picnic, you wouldn’t be able to tell the real critters from the painted ones. Then again, perhaps the plates would work as a deterrent to the real ants.
Re Jin Lee started her New York based company, Bailey Doesn’t Bart, as an outlet for her artistic creations. Currently she is applying her talents painting on ceramic, but intends to broaden her line to include stationary and clothing.
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Ant Covered Plates by Re Jin Lee
- By: Elsa BlaineAug 31, 2008