Designer Todd Borka came up with a series of creative dishes iPlate , executed as if it’s a photoshop interface or a graphical editor for gadgets from Apple’s iPhoto.
Slogan iPlate Series sounds like “Edit your food”, and alludes to the fact that we already have and think as if around us is always a computer mouse that is capable of two clicks to realize our plans. Cut off the excess, add the missing, change the color, shape, size, – porcelain plates with prints a la Photoshop only show these hidden features, hinting that we wanted to do, but we can’t.
Thus, it would be nice to “return” back on the plate just eaten donut, or “cut-and-paste” from a neighboring piece of cake plates, and even change the color of grapes from blue to white. Author of cookware with kindness makes fun of people attached to the computer, because he believes that awareness of what is done can’t be corrected, causes people to commit errors as small as possible.
iPlate Series includes 4 different dishes: for import food, for its touch-up, and decorated for action Image Size and Crtl + Z.