What happens when you mix a textiles and chocolate? The results are incredible edible chocolate surfaces.
The amazing patterns you'll see below are the result of the collaboration between the London-based creative textile space Pinaki Studios and Chocolatl, an eclectic gourmet chocolate shop in Amsterdam.
Using techniques like tempering and molding, they created a variety of edible chocolate shapes that were pleated, embosed and creased. It was a lovely experiment that was presented at Dutch Design Week last October.
Check out some of their creations below. If you're a chocoholic, you can't miss our vast guide to all things chocolate.
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