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Over Spilt Milk at the City Reliquary Museum [food art]

Currently on display at the City Reliquary in Brooklyn, NY, is the show Over Spilt Milk: The Fight for Fair Price & Fair Profit in Depression Era New York.
The exhibition, by the NY Food Museum, tells the story of New York’s Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative through pamphlets, broadsides, and vintage milk cartons from the 1930s, even [...]

Pepsi Logo Hack

Lawrence Yang reworked Pepsi's new logo: "Every time I see the logo, I can't help imagining a big belly button in the middle."

Food Design at Paris des Chef [food art]

Danish chef Thorsten Schmidt’s ice cream flavoured with oak trees from his region (garnished with fir tree shavings) on Eric Benqué’s Burgundy oak dish
The first annual "Paris des Chefs" (website) was held on January 26th at the Maison et Objet trade show, a one-day event that brought together food and design, including chefs such as [...]

Little Chef Graphic and Interior Redesign

Following up yesterday's post about Heston Blumenthal's Big Chef Takes On Little Chef, here are some photographs of the redesign of the Little Chef chain. Interiors by Ab Rogers Design and graphics by the design firm Praline.
You can see videos of the before and after here.

The Design of Food Merchandising Signs

We were fascinated by the graphic design of the food merchandising signs on South Bay Abram's website. Designed for food service — bakeries, delis, meat, fish, or cheese shops, et al, these signs come in two types: the overly decorative (a boat's steering wheel, fish on the sign, or signs in the literal shape of [...]

The Children's Book Eli No!

Photograph by Katie Kirk
Here's a page from the lovely unpublished childrens' book, Eli No!, the "story of one trouble-making dog, and the one word that isn't far behind." Designed and illustrated by Katie Kirk and Nathan Strandberg, you can see more pictures on the Flickr set of Eli No!.

Redesigning the Super Bowl Logo in Food

The New York Times has a slideshow of designers reworking the Super Bowl logo. We liked the concept of Julia Hoffmann's food-based version, combining pizza, burgers and chicken wings:
Since Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest U.S. food consumption day, following Thanksgiving, I propose to mark this unofficial second (or for some people first) national [...]

Jamie Oliver Packaging Design by Pearlfisher

Lovely packaging design for Jamie Oliver products. Pearlfisher's website says:
Task: New brand creation, developing a new lifestyle concept that elevates the Jamie Oliver experience from the kitchen to the home.
Scope: Strategy, logo, brand identity, corporate identity, structural design, design of over 170 SKUs, secondary packaging, tone of voice, naming, pack and web copy.

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