Despite the title of the project, Living Food by Minsu Kim, a graduate from the Royal College Of Art, does not involve living organisms in any shape or form. Instead, the title simply alludes to the fact that the inanimate meals move like living creatures. Whether it is the wriggling and waving of tentacles or the simulation of breathing, the culinary creations may look gourmet, but they act creepy.
Created for the Design Interactions department graduation exhibition, Living Food by Minsu Kim is comprised of three variations. It essentially provides a new experience for dining, one that involves a bit of bravery on the part of those who won't be able to acknowledge the dishes' artificial nature.
Moving Edible Meals
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Food Mash-Up Photography
Dramatic Dessert Photography
Animalistic Asian Foods
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