Designer Lina Saleh has made jiggly silicone bowls that encourage dinners to play with their food.
After graduating from the Royal College of Art, Saleh wanted to represent how different people experienced their food -- each plate is representative of the "perception of taste." The collection of dinnerware includes bowls that can be flipped inside-out, plates that quiver when eaten from and saucers that can be folded into one's hand.
The artist collaborated with a chef, pairing recipes that best represented the movements of her plates. The range includes a bowl that can convey the richness of a dessert, as well as a saucer that embodies the delicacy of the chef's appetizer.
The responsive silicone dinnerware aims to bring life to static objects through fusing eating with theatrics.
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