Once upon a time there was a tiny city full of joy and happiness. Every single men in this city spend all the days dreaming and making their dreams come true. The city surround by beautifull and shiny golden bubbles, they were every where: in the sky and on a ground, in a lakes and even in the houses. But now nobody knows where was this city and the name of it-is a biggest secret of our days. The citizens didn’t want to contact with the rest of the world, because there is to many worries and fears, pain and doubts, tears and wars in it, and what is more importants-people don’t have a time and aspiration to dream any more! But inspite that, the citizens of the magical city had a kind hearts and they didn’t want to leave this poor frightened world all alone, so they decide to sent a little messeges to them from time to time to remind about something really-really important. So if one day you will be lucky to find a beautifull present with a golden bubbles hidden under your desk you should remember, that they came straight away from a secret city and they are full of magic. It is a reminder for you-keep moving, never look back and don’t forget to dream. Never.
My “Video Instructables” project was inspired by the idea of an abstract thinking, freedom, associations and imagination. Ever since I was a kid all kinds of optical illusions and Rorschach Test facinated and impressed me a lot. Therefore I used viariations of random applying of a paint to create a unique and abstract pattern. That is amazing how different does the people see the same picture and it tells a lot about a character, background a personality. For instranse, on a same plate I saw a dog face, my mom recognise a sunset on a sea and my friend told me, that there is a man’s figure on it. As well as that, the outcomes I have reminds me of beautiful pattern which you can see, when you cut a stone or a mineral, or a circles on a cut of a really old tree. As a music background I choose main Angry Birds theme by London Philharmonic Orchestra, it adds a necessary dynamics and a rhythm to a video.
"Cutlery design focuses on getting food in bite-sized morsels from the plate to the mouth, but it could do so much more. The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of making eating a much richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs has been created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses. An everyday event, ‘taste’ is created as a combination of more than five senses. Tasty formulas with the 5 elements – temperature, colour, texture, volume/weight, and form – are applied to design proposal. Via exploring synesthesia if we can stretch the borders of what tableware can do, the eating experience can be enriched in multi-cross-wiring ways. The tableware we use for eating should not just be a tool for placing
food in our mouth, but it should become extensions of our body, challenging our senses even in the moment when the food is still on its way to being consumed. Each of designs have been created to stimulate or train different senses – allowing more than just our taste buds to be engaged in the act and enjoyment of eating as sensorial stimuli, therefore it would lead the way of mindful eating which guides to rediscovering a healthy and joyful relationship with food. How can we eat slowly down the moment of one bite and taste enhanced sweetness nevert- heless consuming less amounts of sugar? ‘Tasty formulas’, which have been created by Jinhyun Jeon would help us to understand interesting ways of how we consume our food with the tasty cutlery for enhanced temperature / tactility / color / volume / weight / form, interpreted in synesthetic ways.”
Isn’t it impressive?