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    MOLD is an editorial platform that explores the intersection of food and design, from bio-engineered meat and entomophagy to beautifully designed… Read More
    MOLD is an editorial platform that explores the intersection of food and design, from bio-engineered meat and entomophagy to beautifully designed tableware (and why it makes your meal taste better). MOLD approached me to design the cafe space from the ground up, requiring a bar space, prep space, and additional seating. They were also in need of print collateral for promotional purposes. The cafe space was built during NYCxDESIGN Week within Sight Unseen's OFFSITE exhibition. The exhibition featured many other exhibitors spanning from textiles and industrial design to experiments and studies. The MOLD Pop-up Cafe served delicious, protein-rich super foods from The Chia Co, Exo, World Ento and Best Summer. Seating was generously provided by Uhru. A custom typeface was built for MOLD's print debut and was utilized for all situations including menu, postcards, and info board. It reflects Mold's quirky approach to the future of food, and The pattern is reminiscent of cells and the bacteria which is also a common topic in the future of food. Read Less
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MOLD is an editorial platform that explores the intersection of food and design, from bio-engineered meat and entomophagy to beautifully designed tableware (and why it makes your meal taste better).

MOLD approached me to design the cafe space from the ground up, requiring a bar space, prep space, and additional seating. They were also in need of print collateral for promotional purposes. The cafe space was built during NYCxDESIGN Week within Sight Unseen's OFFSITE exhibition. The exhibition featured many other exhibitors spanning from textiles and industrial design to experiments and studies. The MOLD Pop-up Cafe served delicious, protein-rich super foods from The Chia Co, Exo, World Ento and Best Summer. Seating was generously provided by Uhru.

A custom typeface was built for MOLD's print debut and was utilized for all situations including menu, postcards, and info board. It reflects Mold's quirky approach to the future of food, and The pattern is reminiscent of cells and the bacteria which is also a common topic in the future of food.