Enid Seeneys' most famous design, Homemaker, was launched in 1957. The black-and-white pattern featured contemporary furniture and other domestic objects on the plates. It was available in Woolworths department stores, and brought modern design into ordinary homes at an affordable price. I have always admired the simplicity of the design and the illustration style was easy to print on a mass scale. I remember our family having a set of these, unfortunately long gone chipped and broken into the base of a plantpot probably. This is my homage to the Homemaker Design and its wonderful artist Enid Seeney.
My version of The Homemaker Plate, Subtractionism style
A 1950s Design Classic
Looking at surface pattern design
I really enjoyed creating this, if there are any Ceramic Design students who'd like to take it on board - I think it would make a great design, or maybe I need to get my hands dirty, more to follow ...
Featured Buildings; Starting at the top of the plate and moving clockwise - Marks and Spencer, CIS Building, Bernard House, Kendals, Hexagon Tower, The Longford Essoldo, The Renold Building, Manchester Library and Manchester Art Gallery in the centre.