Yujin Ono from Susaki City, Kochi, Japan, is an Art Director at a prestigious advertising and design company. He was raised in artistic surroundings, by fashion designer mother, woodblock printer father, and folk craftsman grandmother. After finishing high school in Japan, he went to College in Los Angeles to pursue his dream to become a designer. He now lives and works in LA, and gets inspirations from galleries, magazines, nature, and swirls in his coffee mug.
You Wash, I'll Dry
A mother's work is never done. She keeps the house in order, whips up the most delicious meals, gives her all at the office, and kisses away tears daily with the kind of grace and poise that makes it all seem effortless. Everyday, she puts her family first and tries her best to make those around her happy. She deserves a daily reminder that all the little things she does are truly appreciated.
Designed with caring mamas in mind, these plates playfully nudge partners and little ones to pitch in every once in a while. The questions "Can you wash the dishes?" and "Can you cook next time?" are carried in the tiny tufts blown from the seeded dandelion subtlety reminding family members to help out after they clean their plates. A cheeky way to thank a hardworking parent for all the little things they do everyday. Designed by Yujin Ono. Made in China.
Please note, the Mom's Dish Come True has been discontinued. When each style sells out, it will no longer be available and will be removed from the drop-down.