Here are the three things for this week.
My 4th episode of the Flaneur diaries is out, a short reflection directly after the Vision Quest. Then there is a beautiful pocket knife, and some very interesting fake food that helps you not over eat.
Have a good one.
1. Vision Quest | Time
2. Origami inspired knife
Brooklyn-based Bre & Co have presented the Origami Pocket Knife, an EDC item designed with ergonomics in mind. Inspired by origami, the compact and faceted knife features an ergonomic spot for your thumb in the handle. It feels great in your pocket as well as in your hand and allows for a smooth grip and effortless use. Each knife is machined out of stainless steel and finished with a maple wood handle. - Bless this stuff
3. Fake food that 'fills' you up
So, research has shown that we gage how much we eat with our eye instead of our stomachs (our stomachs can't count). For example if you leave the shells from nuts on the table, you will eat less.
Volumes is a research and development project that led to the creation of a series of inedible objects that are placed directly on the plate among the food. Vogelzang's aim is to influence our eating behavior and our eating culture.
This is by me, Pierre, each week I post three things that grabbed my attention, and that I like. You can also sign up for the newsletter version here