Technology is always so much more enticing when it can be eaten. Debbi Nitsan provides a collaboration of bread and electronics to create deliciously enticing baked electronic products that look and smell like they came right out of an oven.
The objective of the design was to take away the plastic casing that normally accommodates everyday electronic items. The baked electronic products are an eco-friendly alternative, using bread crust to give an object attitude rather than harmful plastic. Nitsan uses the bread as a covering for timepieces and flashlights, even radios; all of which actually function just like their average brethren.
Be warned though, as these electronics may look scrumptious with a cup a tea and a spoonful of jam, but they are not meant to be eaten. Debbi Nitsan’s baked electronic products are an exploration into the realm of food for design purposes.
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