Michal Kulesza‘s LEGO photo project redefines the way we look at daily objects and routines. Captured in a minimalist setting, the designer of Polish Studio Trzy Zmiany aimed to
French still life photographer, Benjamin Henon employs meticulous methods to stage distorted daily objects.
Australian design studio Universal Favourite recently created this awesome project called ‘Complements’. A simple modular system mad out of chocolate to pair and share,
Väkst restaurant in Copenhagen is a green oasis in the middle of the city’s Sankt Peders Stræde. Inspired by the idea of recycling, it is part of the Cofoco restaurant group, bringing the essence of Nordic cuisine and design.
Tetsujin is a unique dining experience in th heart of Melbourne, Australia, inspired by the two sides of Tokyo – city’s order and chaos.
Sculpture-like geometric cakes by an Ukrainian pastry chef and Kharkov University Architecture School graduate Dinara Kasko are made using highly-advanced techniques such as mathematical Voronoi method or 3D mapping.
The Gourmand returns for their eighth issue with this delicious cover shot by the legendary Harry Peccinotti. The Issue 8 is inspired by entertaining and begins with chef James Loks recalling the highs and lows of entertaining on a grand scale.