Our Cookbook Wins Dutch Design Award

NextNature.net
October 19th 2014

And the winner of the Dutch Design Research Award is The In Vitro Meat Cookbook!

The Dutch Design Award committee stressed the fact The In Vitro Meat Cookbook is a relevant discussion piece on the food industry, in which design acts as a catalyst for debate. In The In Vitro Meat Cookbook, the jury recognized a medium that brings major issues - such as sustainability, food shortage, animal suffering and culinary innovation - close to home. They valued the beautifully designed illustrations and the speculative research, that acquires extra significance through the contributions of scientists, activists, philosophers and experts in several disciplines.

We thank all our supporters for making the In Vitro Cookbook possible. Let's toast with a Meat Foam Cocktail!

One more reason to order the book and vote for us in the public award.

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