james reynolds: far foods
in his ‘far foods’ project british designer james reynolds presents supermarket goods in packaging that highlights the distances the foods travel and the resultant carbon dioxide released during their journey. he also extends the idea to the receipt, which features a boarding card style tear-off strip detailing mileage and carbon emissions.
design-aerobics food course now open for enrollment designboom is pleased to announce that our upcoming, online design education course on the topic of food is now available for purchase. from its packaging to the surroundings in which it’s consumed and everything in between, this course provides a good taste of design in the food sector
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