TourDeFork’s 3D-Printed Rings Turn Food Into Fashion

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With TourDeFork’s three-dimensionally printed rings, you can have your cake and wear it, too. Designed for the December 2014 issue of Italy’s Casafacile, where plans for fabrication were available to download for free, the ring settings offer a brief respite for treats that are—almost—too delectable to eat. Done playing with your food? Eat and enjoy, TourDeFork suggests, “without waste.” Buon appetito!

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[Via Design Milk]

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One Response to “TourDeFork’s 3D-Printed Rings Turn Food Into Fashion”

  1. brooke vlasich says:

    What a fun inventive way to use technology! I think it’s awesome!

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