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Seafood-Shaped Salvers
The Sushi to Go Plate Set was Inspired by a Popular Japanese Ingredient


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Mar 28, 13
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For many meals, the shape of the crockery that holds it doesn’t actually matter a great deal. The Sushi to Go Plate Set manifests as a collection of rather unusual forms, yet this does not detract from its functionality.

Vinnie Longo molded four separate pieces with generously high edges so that they might contain a variety of different edibles. Sushi rolls, seaweed salad, sashimi, tempura and soy sauce can all be effectively held by these little dishes.

Now, what you can plainly see about these abstract bowls is that their shapes do serve a purpose. When you arrange them according to Vinicius’s design, you will end up with the simplified and fragmented image of a fish. You’ll know how to position the Sushi to Go Plate Set because the accompanying wooden board has specially designated holes.



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