i tradizionali tattoo recipes are applied onto arm for cooking
all images courtesy of i tradizionali
‘i tradizionali’ by italian designers marina cinciripini and sarah richiuso is a collection of tattoo recipes that can be applied to one’s forearm while cooking. not only does the project reference the gesture of rolling up one’s sleeves before working in the kitchen, but it also helps the cook to remember the order in which the recipe is to be prepared.
the set is divided into differently themed packages, and each of them include four recipes with a list ingredients and the amount needed for the meal. the packaging is made of crush ecologic papers and is produced by favini, and the color used helps to distinguish between the basic and special editions, which include designs for traditional events such as christmas or easter, or for people on strict diets.
the project will be on eppela for a crowd funding campaign until june 4th 2014, where it is possible to purchase recipe-tattoos and other kitchen products in advance.
i tradizionali is divided into differently themed packages
the package contains four illustrated tattoo-recipes
inside the package you can find the history of the product
use the grocery list to buy the ingredients
the grocery list reports the ingredients that you need for the recipe
remove the foil and apply the tattoo-recipes on the forearm
one of the passages for applying the tattoo
the italian recipe ‘grandmother’s artichokes’
the italian recipe ‘spaghetti with dry tomatoes and anchovies’