Plates decorated with stylized prints of stereotypical food items: a hot dog, a steak, a slice of pizza, french fries, sushi. A decorated simulacrum: The plates are empty, but remind us on food, inviting users to question food and nourishment. How do stereotypes influence our nourishment? How "real" is what we eat?
(C) Mario Gagliardi Design 2009
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