Mothers have always warned their children not to play with their food, but they never said anything about Photoshopping their food, which is what the dishware set dubbed iPlate by Todd Borka is based on. Although this dishware set does not actually connect people to the popular image manipulating Adobe program, it does encourage people to be more creative with their meal arrangements.
Basically, iPlate by Todd Borka dish features a collection of humorous plate designs that make people look at their food differently. More than that, it taps into the idea that people like to have control over many aspects of their lives. As the designer says, "Who hasn’t dreamed of being able to manage the details of one’s own life, like we manipulate images on software like Photoshop? Who has never thought to do ‘apple Z’ after breaking a glass?"
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