Foekje Fleur

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It's about time that I write about Dutch designer Foekje Fleur once more here on Bloesem. She has so many new wonderful designs since I saw her amazing porcelain plates for the first time. When I saw how young this designer is, born in 1988, i first felt very old :) but more importantly am curious to see what this talent is going to bring in the long future ahead of her…

Above a series of bottles in porcelain using molds from wasted plastic bottle that were found in Dutch river the Maas … I think the colors are so beautiful. You can buy them online in her shop. 

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and these probably are the nicest Christmas ornaments I have seen in a long time… unfortunately sold out, but perhaps we might convince her selling them again this year. 

..Foekje Fleur

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  1. Foekje Fleur

    Hey there,
    Thanks for writing about my work!
    I’m really glad you like it.
    After my graduation I’ve had a bit of a creative dip, but you’re post is giving me new energy!
    The lamp is sold out indeed, but I’m planning on going back to Limoges (France) to recycle more porcelain next year.
    The Christmas ornaments are still available, do you think I should extend the series? What kind of series would you like, animals? Other ideas?

    Foekje Fleur


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