What a great example of Dutch food design! For a special food edition in 2014, Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant commissioned Lernert & Sander, a design studio, to create some interesting imagery for the project. Beating expectations, the studio responded with an amazing photo of 98 raw, unprocessed foods cut into perfect 2.5 cm cubes. The studio confirmed that all the food-cubes are 100% real and edible. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could buy these cubes commercially to eat as a healthy snack throughout the day? And with 98 varieties, you’d never get bored! You can actually buy a poster of this amazing work of art directly via the studio’s website!

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2 Responses

  1. Mariska

    Wow that is stunning!! How do people think of such things?

    • Dr Gaurav Mehra

      its always there in our head …hidden between the grey cells …all we need is to zoom out and change the angle of perception .


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