Ryan MacEachern's 'Design x Food' project visualizes his daily food intake in a colorful and creative way. Keeping track of the foods you eat by taking pictures of them or jotting notes in a journal is a great way to be mindful of the fuel you're feeding your body -- but this project takes it to a new level.
MacEachern is a UK-based design student who communicates the details of his diet with colorful photography that styles food like graphs. For example, MacEachern splits up three different types of donuts and pieces them back together to represent the percentages of protein, carbs and fat he consumed that day. This project makes bland nutritional information dynamic by visualizing the data in an interesting way.