Blabla is a torrent of words, like an allergic reaction to the power of gossip, rumours, and blabla small talk in general. It is one of Delphine Boël’s favourite themes. When she started working on her own tableware line for SERAX, her fingers took on a life of their own and started painting the dancing lines of blablas on the tableware as if they were meant to do so. The porcelain plates and cups, with their rounded, irregular, and rolling curves, like the handmade paper she loves so much to paint on, absorb the colours in an exquisite way, and even the original brush strokes still shine through. The effect is so black & white, so subtle yet still so playful.
The shapes and design of the collection are directly derived from Delphine’s original artworks. However, instead of hanging on a wall, or decorating a garden, they are now on the dining table. For this flamboyant artist, this is the Art of Dining.
With this tableware, the colourful artist aims to convey a message: Communicate in a positive way, so that you can grow, build, and progress. In Serax, she has found the ideal partner, because it is known for being just as innovative, creative and non-conformist as she is herself. At Serax, she can reinforce her message, which she usually transmits through sculptures, into everyday objects that are accessible to everyone, without losing the slightest bit of authenticity and originality.
The shapes and design of the collection are directly derived from Delphine’s original artworks.