Food for Thought is a fun project that plays on meal-related book titles. It places Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Naked Lunch and Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant in big cans that resemble Heinz soup packaging. Fun and informative, it visually shows people how 'nutritious' reading can be. After all, 'Food for Thought' is a common idiom.
Created by Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler, a designer based in San Diego, California, the Food for Thought series is definitely a collection people will want to display in their home. It'll just be hard to determine whether it should go in the kitchen or on the bookshelf. The designer writes, "By looking at the packaging you can find out the 'daily value' of humor and irony that the book contains, the number of pages that make the perfect 'serving size' and the ingredients of the novel."