Challenging Sydney creatives to think outside the sushi box.
August 23rd, 2010
Sydney Design 2010 might have wrapped up for the year, but there is still a chance to catch one of the highlights of this year’s program.
The collaborative exhibition currently on display set designers, editors, bloggers, and even chefs, the challenge of creating a piece of work from a random array of items confined to a little plastic box.
Here are a few of the eceletic boxes and the designs that resulted.
Suzanne Boccalatte, of Boccalatte, interprets the contents of her sushi box.
Metalab’s creative director Cesar Cueva re-imagines the key.
Designer John Lee’s take on heart-shaped cookie cutters.
A condom, honeycomb and test tubes inspire chef Karl Firla’s gastronomic science project.
Liane Rossler of Dinosaur Designs gets inspired by the rubbers used for sealing jam jars to create circular rings of Hama beads.
Pieces of hose make for a playful wall-mounted vase by Toko.
Designer Sushi will be showing at Metalab until Saturday 28 August.
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