Kitchen Utensil-Inspired Artwork and Towels by The House of Bouton

Kitchen Utensil-Inspired Artwork and Towels by The House of Bouton

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Sarah Rainwater
Mar 26, 2010

I'm planning a trip to Portland, Maine next month so I've been researching local artists and places to visit (see my post on Field from yesterday) and my latest finds are these sweet handmade tea towels and mind-blowing artwork by The House of Bouton.

The towels are printed using non-toxic ink on unbleached cotton towels and the amazing mandala-like circular pieces of art are hand-cut prints of simple kitchen utensils arranged to easily transcend their humble origins. Cassie Bouton, the artist behind the work, cites her Great Aunt Adelaide, the first TV 'Betty Crocker' personality as her inspiration, which we think makes them doubly sweet.

To view or purchase Cassie Bouton's work, visit The House of Bouton on Etsy.

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