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Eindhoven's Exquisite Food Culture Exhibition Proves Design Can Help Promote Sustainable Eating

by , 08/31/12
filed under: Architecture

Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

Yugoslavian designer Dejana Kabiljo created an kill-free, animal-free seat inspired by the sight of meat hanging in a butcher’s refrigerator.

Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

Dutch designer Tomm Velthuis‘ “Don’t Play With Your Food” is an ironic innocent-looking wooden set for kids meant to teach them about the heart-less food industry; including pig castration, the fattening of swine, greasy fast food and even deforestation.

Food Culture: Eating by Design, Premsela, Marije Vogelzang, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, Food Design, Marti Guixe, Designhuis, Sustainable Food, Animals, Urban farming, Art, Botanical, social design, Green Products, Green Events, design academy of eindhoven,

In order to reverse and poetically criticize low price of commercially-raised chickens, artist Artur Van Balen created the most expensive possible versions of these cheap chickens from porcelain. He calls them “Sainsbury Chickens”.

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