Food and design, always a good combo platter!

Edible Design

British designer Anna Garforth is best known for experimental typography projects, including this one made with cookie dough:

via OK Great

Design And Cooking

To celebrate that unique connection between design and food, check out the “The Splendiferous Array of Culinary Tools” poster from Pop Chart Lab.
Here is a thorough mapping of over 100 tools used in the preparation of delicious food. Printed with real copper ink, the same substance you might find in a fine piece of cookware.
*We are currently taking pre-orders of this poster for $20 each, at a 20% discount from the retail price (online orders only). The sale lasts until Monday, February 7th, when the posters will be ready to ship.

via Quipsologies

Columbia, SC-based design/printmaking studio The Half and Half printed these awesome, gigantic beer glass posters on French Paper.

We were commissioned to create these 4 beer prints for our lovely partners, The Columbia Museum of Art. As the featured artist of this month’s Arts and Draughts, we decided to combine both our favorite drink and our favorite method of design to create our largest prints to date. These are 6 ft tall, 3 ft wide, and had custom built frames to house them. They are all still for sale, so please contact us if you’d like one or two for your home bar or restaurant!

via French Paper Sample Room

and I thought I would feature some student work I thought was really good, cause I thought of something sooooooo very close myself, and was developing it damn it! lol

Catalina RozoMelissa Clinard, recent graduates from the University of Florida created these cute Burlap Bags for Market Grown, a campaign to help local farmers in Alachua County, FL

“Market Grown is a campaign to support local farmers in Alachua County, FL. In order to help the farmers, we made burlap bags to be sold at the Farmers Market to create revenue. The bags feature screen printed designs of vegetables and fruits which are sold by the farmers. The bags are made out of burlap as a way to up-cycle existing materials found at the market. The inside of the bags are lined with colorful nylon fabric so they are water-proof for fresh produce. ”

Designed by Catalina RozoMelissa Clinard

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