Publications
FoodNests in Gwangju Design Biennale 2011

FoodNests in Gwangju Design Biennale 2011

Diane Bisson’s Food Nests were featured in the Gwangju Design Biennale from September through the end of October in Gwangju, South Korea. The 4th edition of the Design Biennale had more than 800,000 visitors, and the Food Nest samples are also featured in the 2-volume catalog published by the Biennale event.
World Cookbook Awards Win!

World Cookbook Awards Win!

After several rounds of judging and a record number of submissions from around the globe, Edible has won one of the most prestigious food book design prizes possible! Recipient of the prize for “Best Cookbook Design in the World for Professionals”, Edible takes fourth place worldwide among the more than 8,000 submissions of books on...
Alcuin SocietyBook Design Award!

Alcuin Society
Book Design Award!

Edible : Food as material has won a bronze in the 2010 Alcuin excellence in book design awards, in the “Prose, Non-fiction, illustrated” category. The Alcuin Society, which began in 1981, is the only national book design competition in Canada. Winning books are contributed to permanent collections in Canada, the UK, Germany and Japan. This...
Book Launch! Edible : Food as Material

Book Launch!
Edible : Food as Material

Diane Bisson presents a colourful and textured reflection on cooking and our dietary habits. In face of the proliferation of disposable containers and over-packaging, the author invites us to take up the challenge of transforming food into genuine design material. Flatware made of quinoa, plates for desert, biscuit drinking straws, 100% edible lunches: such are...
RE:Design Daily products for the 21st century

RE:Design
Daily products for the 21st century

In 2003, the Toronto Design Exchange invited five designers and architects to contribute work to the Japanese exhibition it hosted: RE DESIGN: Daily products for the 21st century. Commissioned by graphic designer Kenya Hara, the exhibition stirs some reflection on the functionality and aesthetics of everyday objects. Diane Bisson introduces a series of 5 prototypes...