Joanne Choueiri, Giulia Cosenza and Povilas Raskevicius, Students from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam have created a set of roller pins called Rollware that allows users to create decorative and edible dishware.
The rolling pins include lazer-cut shapes and patterns that allow the user to construct different sized plates and bowls in various designs . The result can be used to served food and eventually eaten afterwards.
The sustainable products merge traditional crafts, tableware production and cooking with digital technology. Cool!
Nathan Sawaya (known to many as ‘The Brick Artist’ these days) is the ingenious sculpture behind some of the most impressive LEGO works you’re ever likely to see. He paired up with the award-winning Australia photographer Dean West to collaborate on the startling exhibition In Pieces. It was a project that spanned many years, but their hard work, dedication and sheer patience as produced some astounding visuals.
Together they conceptualise the story and West then dramatically photographs the scene. The twist comes when Sawaya mischievously inserts his hand-made LEGO sculptures ‘somewhere’ into the photograph itself. The duo traveled around America shooting scenes in a variety of locations from Nevada to Utah, from New York to California.