A meal from one of Dutch food designer Marije Vogelzang’s projects, the pop-up restaurant “Go Slow cafe”
At the New York version of the Go Slow cafe we introduced a new menu. A distance menu. A wooden board engraved with circles set the stage for a collection of ingredients that grew in a certain distance from Governors Island where the pop up cafe was located. The further away the food came from, the smaller the portion size of the food.
Marije Vogelzang (PopTech 2009) runs her own food-design laboratory, Proef. She is inspired by everything that surrounds the act of eating – from the stories and rituals surrounding food preparation to the emotional impact of the texture and color of specific foods. The result? Edible art installations that are at once provocative and intimate.
Back to Start. Johnny Kelly made an awesome campaign video for Chipotle.
This is one of the four temporary, manmade waterfalls established as part of 2008 NYC Waterfall project. Looks extravagant when considering how much water resources were used.