Hong Kong-based publisher Victionary‘s latest tome, entitled Eat Me: Appetite For Design, is chock-full of inventive food packaging projects, elegant restaurant identities and interiors, and food-based art projects. It’s even designed to look like a layered wafer biscuit
Nice touch: the top right corner of Eat Me features a bite cut out
Above and below, Hamburg-based agency Korefe‘s playful set of screwdriver lollies
Above left, Brighton-based Kyle Bean‘s What Came First art piece featuring a chicken sculpture made out of egg shell
Above, spread featuring burger-themed artwork created for burger blogger Burgerac’s Burgermat Show
Spread showing some incredible sugar cube sculptures by Brendan Jamison
Above, Studio Toogood‘s design for The Hatch eatery which popped up at the 2009 London Design Festival
All the studio bios run in a section at the back and, depending on your personal preference, you can choose to order the book with a cream “vanilla” cover, or a brown “chocolate” cover:
Eat Me (288 pages, 190 x 255mm) can be ordered direct from victionary.com and costs US$42 plus postage and packaging.
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