This unique teapot features David Weidman's 1963 "Family of Birds" work and is made from vegan fine china. With its clean colour scheme and emblematic design, it is an image that not only beautifully encapsulates David Weidman's work, but mid-century illustration in general. We also have this design on a coffee pot.
Dimensions: 13cm (H) x 14.8cm (Dia) Capacity: 1.2L
The design is part of the David Weidmancollection from award winning designer gifts company Magpie. Our supplier only manufacture products that are cruelty free, and they donate a proportion of their sales to animal welfare charities.
David Weidman (June 28, 1921 – August 6, 2014) was an American animator, animation artist and silkscreen print artist known for his mid-century modern works, including posters, prints and ceramics. Weidman began his career in animation as a background artist during the 1950s and 1960s. During his later life, Weidman's silkscreens were featured in the sets of the AMC television series, Mad Men, which revived interest in his work. In 2010, the Los Angeles Times referred to Weidman as possibly "the most famous unknown artist.