L’Atelier des Garçons is a new French brand making minimalist pop art ceramic and cartoon-like vessels. Founded by Jean-Marc Fondimare and Eric Hibelot, the colorful and irregularly shaped ceramics stem from the inspiration of Andy Warhol and Jean Luc Godard. The tiny studio is nestled just outside of Paris and pays tribute to Parisian culture.
L'Atelier des Garçons has become so beloved throughout the French art community, the pieces can be seen at art exhibitions throughout the country. The irregularity of the shapes in the ceramic pots make an interesting addition to any home. They make great flower pots, tea cups and aesthetic features throughout one's kitchen or living room. The assortment of primary colors, polka dots and stripes make the items universal and excellent gifts.
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