Who has never dreamed of being able to manage details of one’s own life like we manipulate images in software like Photoshop? Who has never thought of doing ‘apply Z’ after breaking a glass? Todd Borka has created iPlate, series of funny plates following this kind of thoughts. For the users of image editing software, there are easily recognizable and fun codes. Then, you can try to import your steak directly from your fridge to your plate, change the colour of your fish or rub the beets!
And if you unfortunately have a crush for a huge part of French fries absolutely forbidden by your dietitian, you will only need to set up a ‘apple Z’ once it is too late. It is so easy! Everything becomes almost possible!
- iPlate “Import Food”
- iPlate “Edit Food”
- iPlate “Image Size”
- iPlate “Ctrl Z”
The set of 4 plates includes one of each version. All the money will be used for production costs, printing, packaging and distributing. It is actually china plates, and the printing remains perfect after washing (yes you can put them in your dishwasher).
About the designer
Todd Borka is a French illustrator working for both youth literature and magazines. He likes mixing the aesthetic of indian ink with the multiplicity of possibilities offered by image editing software. He spends most of his time in front of his screen hacking Photoshop. You can also see his works over here: http://toddborka.ultra-book.com/