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Photoshop Your Food With The iPlate Series

Photoshop Your Food With The iPlate Series
Arts & Culture

The digital behavior within Adobe Photoshop and its practical application to our lives is the concept behind this latest hack.

Kyana Gordon
  • 31 october 2011

With iPlate, you can stay connected to Adobe Photoshop while eating. Todd Borka, a French illustrator is the witty creator behind these humorous plate designs. Describing the concept he writes:

Who hasn’t dreamed of being able to manage the details of one’s own life, like we manipulate images on software like Photoshop? Who has never thought to do ‘apple Z’ after breaking a glass?

Imagine if you could ‘Ctrl Z’ the two donuts you just ate. This collection of plates printed with interface behaviors builds interest around both food consumption and the creative production process.

Todd Borka

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