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February 13th, 2016 Posted 1:22 pm
Toast Ale – London
“We slice, toast and mash the bread to make breadcrumbs ready for the brewing process. It’s brewed with malted barley (pale malt, CaraMalt, and Munich Malt), hops (Hallertau, Centennial, Cascade, Bramling Cross), yeast and water.”
Profits from the sale of Toast Ale will go to Feedback, an environmental organisation that campaigns to end food waste at every level of the food system.
April 7th, 2015 Posted 11:32 am
October 27th, 2014 Posted 1:24 pm
Chloe Wise – Prada challah backpackPart of a series of sculptures I’ve been creating since 2013. Artist website.
September 18th, 2014 Posted 11:31 pm
Giorgia Zanellato – Space foodContribution for “The mobile museum”. Future
Photos © Alberto Ferretto / FABRICA
September 16th, 2014 Posted 8:50 pm
June 6th, 2014 Posted 4:01 pm
March 21st, 2014 Posted 10:48 am
January 4th, 2014 Posted 3:08 pm
Kyle Bean Photography: Sam Hofman A series of weapons made from harmless materials for a feature article centred around the topic of ‘Guerilla Gardening’ and ‘Yarn Bombing’.
January 4th, 2014 Posted 2:43 pm
January 9th, 2012 Posted 5:26 pm
Sejla Kameric – Eat my heart outPublic project, Manciano, Italy
16 March 2002
Text taken from the artists website:
“Dedicated to the memory of my father who was killed in
Sarajevo on the 16th March, 1993.
An exhibition / public art project was opened on 16 March 2002 in the small town of Manciano, Italy. In the streets and in the main square, Manciano residents set up tables on which were served local wine and culinary specialties. In addition to all this food, visitors could also try heart-shaped rolls that were prepared by a local bakery according to my instructions. The rolls were served on napkins that were printed with photographs taken in Sarajevo between 1992 and 1995 – these images were taken from the documentary film, “Do you remember Sarajevo.” That day, over food and drink, with mixed feelings of happiness and sadness, we spoke of love and war, life and death; and we remembered Sarajevo. Photographs documenting this work are still displayed in the bakeries of Manciano.”