As seen in the New York Times article "Dinner is Printed" by AJ Jacobs. The design of this bowl is two-fold. Incorporating a style of mask and crown worn during the Carnival of Venice, it evokes a festive and theatrical feeling. Structurally, the bowl is designed to tilt backwards. This aspect gives a nicer presentation of the contents within the bowl and also encourages improved manners and posture. Co-designed by Ethan Ritz.

Dimensions

IN: 5.956 w x 5.8 d x 3.845 h
CM: 15.128 w x 14.732 d x 9.766 h

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