Fanciful chefs and diners need not continue. Jon Liow’s Lean Dish is a minimal, function-focused design that feeatures two subtle ridges raised just high enough and spaced apart enough to support toasty slices of your choice. The concept was inspired by food running together, which not all eaters are into. Instead, the ridges prevent food from touching the other items on your plate. Nicely done.
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Elizaveta Porodina, who was born 1987 in Moscow, has a very unique view of the world. In her photography, she shows us Glam Rock and fairy worlds, interprets fashion with an often sexual aesthetic which is shaped by her psychological knowledge and full of hidden emotion. She prefers to work with natural light-a preference which has emerged from the initial lack of equipment and the will to capture the “right moment”. Her photography is never just fashion, it also shows a “below” which attracts us as the visible piece of skin of the perfect, mask-like make-up of a geisha.
The work I create regularly involves highly labour-intensive, mantra-like procedures of construction and assemblage. As well as being simple, playful experiments the work often touches upon themes of impermanence, repetition, structure, pattern, scale and architecture. My work often takes the form of extremely fragile, temporary arrangements, with works subject to micro-apocalyptic events such as a light breeze or a falling leaf.
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