Edward Van Vliet's Sushi Collection is a fantastic and whimsical play on mismatched patterns and fabrics. Using simple, modern furniture and covering it in Asian-inspired patterned fabrics gives Van Vliet's Sushi Collection a bright and friendly appeal.
The Sushi Collection by the Dutch designer was manufactured by Italian furniture company Moroso. It was displayed in Moroso's dreaming box installation.
Implications - Sushi is an immensely popular food with appeal that stretches across all ethnicities and economic backgrounds, representing exoticism and adventurous eating. As Sushi's popularity has grown, so too has consumer's desire to see its iconic aesthetic incorporated into all kinds of different forms. From sushi toys to clocks, this is one tasty thematic element that is far from finished.
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