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One Minute Mickey by Marcel Wanders
To honor the 90th anniversary of one of the most iconic figures of our generation, Mickey Mouse, Marcel Wanders presents the One Minute Mickey. Handcrafted in life size scale by the French Workshop Leblon Delienne, this playful sculpture is painted in Marcel Wanders’ world-renowned signature One Minute Delft Blue style. With this color palette, Marcel creates a new way to experience the cartoon character who has brought happiness to millions around the globe. The delft blue style perfectly accentuates all of Mickey’s familiar shapes from his famous ears to his button nose and oversized shoes. With this piece, Marcel shows how he brings the romanticism of past ages into the contemporary moment.
This is a dinner plate. It was designed by Jean Luce and made by Charles Ahrenfeldt. It is dated ca. 1937 and acquired by Cooper Hewitt in 1969. The plate is glazed, molded porcelain with enamel, gold, and platinum, and forms part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.
Exhibited at the 1937 Paris International Exposition, this plate’s red-orange enamel field features three L-shaped decorative bands, two in gold and one in platinum. The bold graphics and precious metals, together with the background color and the clean geometric shape, achieve a combination of revolution and luxury that demonstrates art deco style.
Donated by James M. Osborn and catalogued by Janet Thorpe. It is credited Gift of James M. Osborn.