“Food for Thought” re-imagines novels as food tins

“Food for Thought” re-imagines novels as food tins

Los Angeles based designer Maria Mordvintseva-Keeler created this mock packaging project called “Food for Thought” using three books that reference food in their title.

Looking at all three meals of the day, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are illustrated with works by Capote, William Burroughs, and Anne Tyler.

The designer says:

“By looking at the packaging, you can find out the ‘daily value’ of humor and irony that the book contains, the number of pages that make the perfect ‘serving size’ and the ingredients of the novel.”

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