Skogen’s designer and interior architect Antonio Cascos Chamizo is participating with his Project To Eat or to be Eaten – A Guide to Cannibalism on this years Designers Saturday in Oslo from the 5th – 6th of September as part of the team from Arkitekthøyskolen (AHO). His project can be seen at Galleri Seilduken, Fossveien 24.
A Guide to Cannibalism is combining graphic and product design to challenge a «food taboo». Antonio creates a fictional scenario in which cannibalism is socially acceptable and could solve the world.
Antonio has gathered information and facts that ethically justify cannibalism, to promote its potential as a solution to global issues such as overpopulation and lack of resources. These facts are presented in the Guide to Cannibalism, which includes chopping charts for correctly butchering bodies to get the best cuts, and recipes for ways to cook the meat with other Foods. Antonio has created plasticine models to demonstrate the recipes, such as tenderloin with cider and designed the Hairy Bowls, which look like human skin and are covered in real hair.
Antonio was born and raised in Madrid, lived in London (UK), Horsens (DK) and Turin (IT) where he obtained an Industrial Design degree in the Istituto d’Arte Applicata e Design (IAAD). Later he received a Master degree’s in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design in the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO). We are looking forward to having Antonio as one of Skogen Design’s designers and interior architect.
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If you would like to purchase The paper Version of A Guide to Cannibalism or Hairy bowls please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +47 974 24 587.
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