Optical Illusion Dishes Make Sushi Dinners A Feast For Your Eyes

Optical Illusion Dishes Make Sushi Dinners A Feast For Your Eyes

A designer is kickstarting a series of impossible soy sauce vessels to make eating an Escher-esque delight

Dave Zucker
  • 16 august 2016

Duncan Shotton is a British designer living in Japan with a penchant for impressive and kitschy design. His most recent project is a Kickstarter that more than quadrupled its target goal. If that makes your eyes spin, check out the product. Soy Shape is a classic, minimalist ceramic dish for soy and other dipping sauces that, when filled, produce a 3D optical illusion in impossible designs reminiscent of the works of M.C. Escher.

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