Featured are a set of plates and candles that have been painted in a variety of vibrant colors. One noteworthy piece is a candle depicting Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Tomato Soup print. It comes with silver-toned edges, complemented by blue and pink pop colors that wrap around the candle’s cylindrical frame. Another Warhol tribute is a square candle that references the artist’s Brillo Boxes. Etched in vintage blue and red paint, the candle is stamped with the label “Brillo,” framed between the words “24 GIANT SIZE PKGS.” and “SHINES ALUMINUM FAST” — each candle was made in France by Givaudan. Other candles and plates referencing the works of Keith Haring and Basquait round off the concise range.
Ligne Blanche’s new porcelains are currently available on HBX’s website, ranging from $55 – $100 USD.
In case you missed it, check out IKEA and Ben Gorham’s candle collaboration.