Edible Surfaces

Edible Surfaces draw inspiration from the processes of chocolate artisans and textile manipulations such as pleating, creasing and embossing. It investigates parallels in the technical methods of those crafts, as well as inventive concepts for the development of edible objects. Currently collaborating with Hungarian chocolatiers Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé to get them to you! Keep an eye on http://www.pinakieditions.com/edible-surfaces/
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Edible Surfaces | Pinaki Studios

As part of our curiosity to explore the boundaries of what textiles can be, we work in partnership with other experts to develop edible textile-inspired outcomes, products for both the design and the culinary worlds. Image from Edible Surfaces.

Edible Surfaces | Pinaki Studios

Edible Surfaces by Pinaki Studios and Chocolatl

Edible Surfaces | Pinaki Studios

Edible Surfaces | Pinaki Studios

Edible Surfaces

Edible surfaces is a collaboration between Pinaki Studios, a London-based creative textile studio, and Chocolátl, a retail shop and tasting space in Amsterdam…

Edible Surfaces |Tubular Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans

Edible Surfaces

Edible Surfaces |Tubular Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans

Edible Surfaces |pineapple Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans

Edible Surfaces

Edible Surfaces |pineapple Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans

Edible Surfaces |Tubular Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans

Edible Surfaces

Edible Surfaces |Tubular Pleat Photo by Hay Hermans


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