stephanie casper: knitted meat stephanie casper: knitted meat
jul 15, 2010

stephanie casper: knitted meat

stephanie casper: knitted meat‘knitted meat’ series by stephanie casper

 

 

 

stephanie casper, an advertising and design student at pratt institute in new york city, has created a series of knitted meat products. ranging from sausage links to rotisserie chicken, each handmade object is packaged supermarket-style with a styrofoam base and transparent wrap.

 

knitted t-bone steak

 

knitted ham

 

knitted rotisserie chicken

 

knitted fish head

 

  • I don’t understand what’s the point in this… why?

    lolita says:
  • Where is de juice?

    mil says:
  • Lolita, the point is it makes me smile

    dextersdragon says:
  • I love it.

    gare says:
  • I agree with the WHAT’s THE POINT!!!???

    LouKEy says:
  • lol i love it too

    zuma says:
  • For fuck’s sake “what’s the point?” Come off it, there’s so much on this site that has way less of a point than these cutest knitted meat goods.

    Dan says:
  • not everything has to have a point.. find your, for me the point is to create to innovate and to expres

    avictoriam says:
  • well… interesting…. but!
    What’s the point?

    oo says:
  • same here..

    m says:
  • What’s the point?

    yo ho, Yo Ho says:
  • knitted wool sheep meat

    THAT’S THE POINT

    diego says:
  • the unfindable point it’s because this work is presented as singular “pieces”. if it should b showed as installation, or maybe inside a refrigerator supermarket-style maybe some people will find the point…or maybe they still don’t.
    I can find the Staphanie’s point, but not easily, I have to say..

    misterfa says:
  • and the point is?

    Quki i dajes says:
  • It could possibly represent the mass manufactured meat produce that as humans we modify and pack for super markets.

    The knitted pieces are manifested as a product we take for granted like the ideal steak or chicken, when actually what is there is a product of engineered properties.

    Joe. says:
  • i love it.

    rachellena says:
  • Its ok. The Japanese paint their own food and hang it in front of shop windows making it life like. It draws in customers

    sas says:
  • Installation is missing lol

    Ok but seriously though…..what is the point ?

    meetmyguff says:
  • @Joe

    nice try but get real & a marketing job if thats not what you do already.

    peeps says:
  • I do not understand the point of them alone, but they would be a nice commercial concept.

    Zoe says:
  • how creative

    puni says:
  • @peeps

    The composition is by an advertising & design student which could point towards the angle the concept is aimed at, as you stated for marketing purposes. I think the only issue here is the lack of information provided by the creator for their theory. I agree it’s not self explanatory.

    Joe. says:
  • these are awesome.

    Nikola says:
  • I think they’re brilliant!! Sometimes you do things for fun (what a concept!!!!) or for creativities sake!! Great work!!!!

    Shama says:
  • wow “what’s the point?” became a meme so fast!

    Isabel says:
  • Seriously?! Do any “what’sthepointers” have even the slightest inkling of the raison d’etre of all contemporary art?
    Do you ask “what’s the point?” when you’re at the MOMA?!
    Philosophically, and intellectually, it’s like asking someone to come change your diaper -stop being so thick and open yourself up to the possibility of non-linear connections between things…we live in a complex world ripe for abstract, if not ironic, commentary…for crying out loud!

    Wow_really says:

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