Cut your teeth on this idea: “412-810″ by HIMAA are individually made chocolate keys. From the Chocolate exhibition.
A mini gramophone and a chocolate record playing real sounds. Is that the sound of happy kids or wailing cries? Tom Vincent`s “choco-on-key” echoes questions about cacao`s source and the people harvesting it.
Natsumi Toyama`s “100% chocolate.” Oh-so-tempting to step in, huh? From the Chocolate exhibition.
From the Chocolate exhibition at the new 21_21 Design Sight space in Tokyo: Play King Kong with this miniature "city made of chocolate," imagining yourself crashing through semi-sweet office buildings and flinging about menacing bosses. By Naoko Tone and Atsuyoshi Iijima.
Yoji Ishii`s piece “germination” sprouts a little green stalk from an earthy chocolate bean. From the Chocolate exhibition.
Weird to see this… Gaku Otomo’s “Body and Soul.” From the Chocolate exhibition.
Leaves a strong colour impression, indeed: Hisashi Hidano`s “c.red.” From the Chocolate exhibition.
Chocolate exhibition at the new 21_21 Design Sight space in Tokyo - this exhibition is curated by Naoto Fukasawa. the Japanese designer who's famous for the CD player he designed for MUJI. anyway... this is definiteleee a kewl exhibition.... an exhibition based on chocolate!!!! woohooo... my favourite food?!~ anyway is kewl to see chocolate interpreted into so many different ways....