- Hardcover: 264 pages
- Publisher: Promopress (May 23, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9788416504657
- ISBN-13: 978-8416504657
- ASIN: 8416504652
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About the Author
Gemma Warriner is a Visual Communication Designer and educator at the University of Technology (Sydney, Australia). Her work reflects her interests in information visualisation, food design and brand experience, exhibiting a multidisciplinary approach to design with projects spanning across both print and digital platforms. Gemma s designs have been and recognised by The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA), Graphis, Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards, Adobe and The Dieline.
Kate Sweetapple is a senior lecturer at the School of Design (University of Technology Sydney, Australia) who explores the intersection of words and images through exhibitions, installations and printed matter. Her research interests include information visualisation that is poetic/playful; experimental and speculative design practice; and, the role of the designer as a cultural critic and agent.Kate is a foundering member of Page Screen, a design research studio, based at the University of Technology, Sydney."
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"What and how we eat is a defining part of our identityit is written in our histories, lauded in our literature. Food is emotionala multisensory experience we engage with multiple times a day. Memories can be conjured from just a whiff of sauteed garlic, ground pepper, or freshly brewed coffee. Our taste buds can decipher the precise flavors of a homecooked meal, and we continue to share stories around the delight of eating experiences from sidewalk delights to choreographed fine dining. Although we often recall our individual food histories, who is to imagine our collective food future?" From the foreword of Food Futures.
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