“These plates are very important because they’re are not the plate that you actually eat on,” explains Cornet of the designs. “They’re what you see when you sit at the table waiting for your actual plates.” The plates also mirror some of the fresh ingredients and dishes on the menu at Oursin.

“I am Greek myself, so the Mediterranean concept was very familiar to me, however I researched the south French cuisine traditional dishes and tried to add a bit of humor to it,” explains Leon. “I like to think of it like this: I took my summer, turned it into pottery, and sent it to Paris hoping people will enjoy it.