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Anaïd Moh

illustration of Those pieces are the chapter two of my ceramic tale. Mixing up old and new drawings, old and new shapes. This chapter combinate Sandstone and porcelain objects. The color of the clay add luminosity to the table, keeping the fragility, and the clarity which emerge from the porcelain. 


Fishes, jellyfishes, monkeys are floating through glasses, plates, pots, vases...They telling to us a story which is evolving through an hybrid nature, full of flowers and vegetals.
illustration of China ink pen on paper
56 x 76 cm
22x30

This is an aquatic dance, beta fishes and other hybrid fishes. Float around this boat like it was lost in the vegetation. Between the sky and the earth, this seascape is an invitation to the lightness, and the dream.
illustration of China ink pen on paper
56 x 76 cm
22x30
illustration of Collaboration Origami table Lamp with Ben Artside, 
Limited edition - 10 copies
Table lamp - height 65 cm
Paper lampshade, wooden foot
Handmade in Belgium
Drawing in china ink by Anaid Moh
Wooden foot: 2 models to choose: upcycled wooden pallet square foot or PEFC certified Z foot
Black braided wire
Bulb (optional): LED E27 5W
illustration of Limited edition - 10 copies
Table lamp - height 65 cm
Paper lampshade, wooden foot
Handmade in Belgium
Drawing in china ink by Anaïd Moh
Wooden foot: 2 models to choose: upcycled wooden pallet square foot or PEFC certified Z foot
Black braided wire
Bulb (optional): LED E27 5W
illustration of This collection is a journey between land and sea.
As a story told from room to room, the monkeys evolve in contact with hybrid jellyfish and abundant vegetation.Unique pieces in limited series in porcelain
Handmade
Dishwasherproof
illustration of Handmade piece in porcelain printed by hand.

Profile

Anaïd Moh creates images of a bestiary put in motion through floral and vegetal patterns. In her elegant and delicate works, she pays particular attention to composition and to positive and negative space. Anaïd Moh first studied fashion design, then discovered fabric design, and now develops her skills on various medias : paper, porcelain, fabrics, etc.

Style/Techniques

Black & White, Design, Figurative, Fine Art, Graphic, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Decorative, Floral, Pattern

Subject/Specialties

Animals, Botanical, Family, Food, Landscape, Nature, Posters, Product, Wildlife, Environmental, Surface Design