In the second of our video interviews from this year’s What Design Can Do conference in Amsterdam, we spoke to incredible food designer Marije Vogelzang. She has carved out a real niche creating not only weird and wonderful foodstuffs but also amazing dining experiences. After her talk (which you can see below) she hosted a Ponti party at the venue, whereby she barbecued and handed out her delicious synthetic meat substitute which she not only invented, but for which she has also created a whole backstory and mythology about the imaginary beast from which the delicious treats came.
You can see the interview we recorded with Twitter design lead Mike Kruzeniski here.
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