For an article featured on Fast Company Magazine about emerging food technologies, Italian designer and illustrator Andrea Manzati has created this plasticine meal that represents his vision of food of the future.
Manzati crafted a miniaturized version of an entire meal and placed it inside clear plastic orbs: he has craved all the tiny round bulbs of the broccoli, applying a layer of red skin on top of the apple’s white flesh and indenting the meat until it looked tender.
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