¡LA MADRE DE MIREN! 
No es una madre cualquiera.
LMDM ¡nos sedujo! 
No sé si es un juego limpio….
Somos humanos, somos débiles y nos pueden engañar…
¿el truco? ¡La boca!
Probarlo y ya me contare​is ¡Yo te lo advierto! No os quedareis s​ólo con la prueba. 
Y cuidado con esos deditos. Lo mas probable es que ataquen el ​bote…
¡No vale morder!
No te voy a contar cómo lo hace ni los ingredientes que utiliza…
¡Hablo de Sensaciones!
Y si a mi me sedujo por la boca, justo al ​conocer​ este proyecto, dejaros llevar por la curiosidad y mirar la imagen que LMDM ha desarrollado.

No sé si será justo… nos viene por dos frentes, los ojos y la boca.  
¡Los ojos también comen!
¡Atención! Informaros de la cantidad máxima permitida al día…. o calzar las zapatillas y ¡RUN!
Mi conclusión es que LMDM está jugando con nosotros ¡Un Juego de Seducción!
Un juego que no vas a querer perder y que ​no te ​vamos a poner fácil. Sólo tienes que estar atento a las novedades LMDM.
Si es tu primera vez ¡Felicidades! compártelo con mucha seducción, tu vida va a cambiar de aquí en adelante!
Gracias LMDM por pertenecer a mi vida 
Discover of the Day!! 
Jinhyun Jeon
Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli

“Cutlery design focuses on getting food in bite-sized morsels from the plate to the mouth, but it could do so much more. The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of making eating a much richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs has been created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses.”
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“Tableware used day to day has an important role. It has effects on how we enjoy eating. Eating habits – the ritual with slowing down and enjoying a family meal and for it to be a part of our lives – is being weakened. Perhaps designing tableware, which is more in touch with our senses may have an impact on how we enjoy eating and in developing more conscious relations to our food consumption.”

Discover of the Day!!

Jinhyun Jeon

Tableware as Sensorial Stimuli

“Cutlery design focuses on getting food in bite-sized morsels from the plate to the mouth, but it could do so much more. The project aims to reveal just how much more, stretching the limits of what tableware can do. Focusing on ways of making eating a much richer experience, a series of dozens of different designs has been created, inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia. This is a neurological condition where stimulus to one sense can affect one or more of the other senses.”

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“Tableware used day to day has an important role. It has effects on how we enjoy eating. Eating habits – the ritual with slowing down and enjoying a family meal and for it to be a part of our lives – is being weakened. Perhaps designing tableware, which is more in touch with our senses may have an impact on how we enjoy eating and in developing more conscious relations to our food consumption.

Wowww… Discover of the Day!!!

Quayola is a visual artist based in London. He investigates dialogues and the unpredictable collisions,
tensions and equilibriums between the real and artificial, the figurative and abstract, the old and
new. His work explores photography, geometry, time-based digital sculptures and immersive
audiovisual installations and performances.”

Strata #4 is a multi-channel immersive video-installation commissioned by Palais de Beaux Arts in Lille. The subject of this work
is a series of iconic pieces from the museum’s Flemish collection, focusing specifically on Rubens’ and Van Dyck’s grand altarpieces.
Strata #4 is the result of a study and exploration of the paintings themselves, delving beneath their figurative appearance and
looking at the very rules behind the composition, colour schemes and proportions of each piece. It is a precise process aimed at
creating new contemporary images based on universal rules of beauty and perfection. Documenting the improbable collisions
between classical figuration and contemporary abstraction, Strata #4 aims to create an harmonious dialogue between worlds that
may appear very distant from one another, but in fact share so much in common.”