Paul was given Jasper Morrison’s A Book of Spoons for his birthday.

I liked looking at the photos of spoons in the book, so yesterday I collected all our spoons together and laid them out on two big piece of paper. I left out the teaspoons as my paper wasn’t big enough for them.

These are our colourful spoons.

And these are their more classically hued neighbours in the cutlery drawer.
Great way to spend a Sunday, don’t you think?

14 comments:

  1. Lovely compositions! And all the best colours too. The spoons look postively edible.

  2. Those are wonderful! So many beautiful variations on the simple spoon shape…

  3. I love spoons and I love your spoon “collection.” I think the ladle, bottom right, is my favorite.

  4. i love the shape of spoons. I did some prints when I was at uni of spoons and other kitchen utensils.

  5. I believe you are the one who started all this spoon madness! (I may be wrong) but I posted my own tribute (very late I know)…your spoons are far lovelier than mine though…

  6. I believe you are the one who started all this spoon madness! (I may be wrong) but I posted my own tribute (very late I know)…your spoons are far lovelier than mine though…

  7. you will also love the book "Herbei, herbei was Löffel sei" a collection of spoons by über-jeweller Hermann Jünger- probably where Jasper got his inspiration…

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