The seven Deadly Sins is a grouping and classification of Vices of Christian origin in the 4th Century by ascetic monk and theologian Evagrius Ponticus. Widely iterated by the Catholic Church, they becane prevalent in art and literature in sermons like "The Parsons Tale" from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and artworks like Dante's Peter Brueghel the Elder's prints. Here, we have Bessmertny's playful an dwry interpretation of "Pride", "Greed", "Lust", "Envy", "Gluttony, "Wrath", and "Sloth", on stunning dinner plate designs, which are sure to become a talking point around your dining table.
Artists' Editions at Faux
Artist: Konstantin Bessmertny
Faux collaborates with artists, designers and photographers worldwide to create original, limited edition homeware and lifestyle collections as functional art. Artists' Editions at Faux five artists opportunities to explore mediums not traditionally associated with their work and exposes them to a wider audience worldwide.