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fiftytwothousand [kosher]


with passover on the way, designer mark moskovitz designed these clever 'kosher plates' in honor of the impending holiday. the series, which has plates decorated with phrases like "meat" and "dairy" (on sep. plates of course), is a fun, tongue-in-cheek way to make sure your table is kosher this passover. mark created these plates (and plenty of other interesting designs) under his label, fiftytwothousand, which was launched in 2005. after graduating with an mfa from cranbrook, mark received the first daimler chrysler financial services emerging artist award. click here for more info on mark and the kosher line. [thanks for the tip, mark!]

[i'm interviewing my first podcast subject today so i'll be back around 4 or so. hint: he's on tlc. next week will bring some great new content on the site. i've been hard at work with podcasts so there will be a new section of fun interviews with some of my favorite design personalities, as well as some other fun content]

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Anonymous Lynn said...

OK, totally read the "meat" plate wrong. I thought it said "eat me"

Great post.

9:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read it that way too! Yikes!

5:29 PM  
Blogger david said...

That definitely looks like "EAT ME EAT ME EAT ME" at first glance.

2:55 PM  

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