The art of eating by Oliver Szasz

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 23 June 2009

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Manufactured by Absolute Appetite
A plate of food is like a painting. How food is arranged on a plate and garnished, can feast our eyes and affect the way we think the food tastes. ''ZEST'' Gourmet Plates help to create beautiful food presentations effortlessly and make your meals as visually appealing as they are tasty. Eat with your eyes! ZEST Gourmet Plates are traditionally crafted in fine bone china in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK. They are available in the following “flavours”: Olive Green, Chocolate Brown, Cherry Pink and Sepia Black. Each ZEST Gourmet Plate is traditionally crafted in fine bone china in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK.




about Absolute Apetite

Inspirational products with a passion for the finest materials, traditional craftsmanship and distinctive, innovative design. ABSOLUTE APPETITE invites to a stimulating journey through the senses. The ABSOLUTE APPETITE creative team: The German born designer couple Ingrid Ruegemer and Oliver Szasz have been practising their trade in the most diverse corners of the globe for many years, before settling down in the design metropolis London to devote their passion for design and their professional expertise to the own interdisciplinary design studio. Since 2007 the brand ABSOLUTE APPETITE also offers fine tableware products.

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    David Carvalho | 2009-06-23 20:03:35

    Ridiculous, did he learned yesterday in 5 minutes how to work with Adobe Illustrator ? Looks like yes...

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    royal creme | 2009-06-24 21:30:41

    Fun. Adds a bit of pressure to make your food interesting as well.

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    Apanee W. | 2010-10-25 16:31:33

    I first thought this would be a decoration created by food not a printed plate. would've been way more intriguing.

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