The book is a collection of playful and imaginative design projects from around the globe that celebrate food and the experiential aspect of its consumption.
“Eating is no longer a pure experience of smell and taste but rather an effective agency to communicate and engage, an indication of cultural values, lifestyle, artisanship, criticism, aspirations and imagination this present day.” – viction:ary 1
Eat Me showcases innovations in packaging and identity as well as food-inspired art, products, exhibitions and spatial design. It also features in-depth interviews and case studies with established artists and designers who provide insights into their methodologies as well as commentary on our increasingly connected global food culture. As a finishing touch, the bios of each of the 87 contributing studios are included in an appendix in the back.
A small selection of the work featured in Eat Me:
Eat Me: Appetite for Design (256 pages, 178 x 258mm) can be ordered at Amazon.
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