We’ve seen how molecular gastronomy can turn out classics like shrimp cocktail into works of art. And we’ve even briefly heard about 3D printed cuisine. But until a 3D printer becomes a more common household item, here’s a glimpse of what 3D printed food may look like. The above image appears to be unconventional pieces of pasta in the shape of past work executed by designer Janne Kyattanen. With that said, I can imagine a lot of us will be playing with our food in the future.
Image Source: MoCo Loco