From the Big-Mac-obsessed genius that first brought the world the hand-printed burger placemat and then the burger-inspired tea towel comes this work of art: a hand designed Burgermat food tray.
The trays come from the infamous London Burger detective Burgerac, featuring a design by artist and fellow burger appreciator Rob Flowers. They depict many recognizable McDonald’s characters in an ode to the humble burger and its influence on pop culture.
Burgermat started in June 2011 when 24 artists designed paper place-mats for BurgerMonday pop-up restaurant and an art show in London.
These latest screen-printed collectibles are on a limited edition run. They are handmade in the UK and come delivered fresh to your door via a quirky pizza box.
Mealtimes in front of the TV need never feel so un-chic again. With this bad boy on your lap you’ll be totally McLovin’ life!
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