Eye Candy Can Ltd. (2007)
       
     
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Eye Candy Tumbler (2010)
       
     
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Eye Candy Yellow (2007)
       
     
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Eye Candy Red (2007)
       
     
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Red Sweets (2007)
       
     
Eye Candy Can Ltd. (2007)
       
     
Eye Candy Can Ltd. (2007)

Each of your senses (touch, smell, sight, taste, hearing) sends information to the brain at a different frequency. The brain determines where the sensorial information it receives comes from by the frequency at which it resonates, so it can process it in the appropriate way. Arrays of resonators positioned on the surface of an Eye Candy transmit information from the tongue to the brain at the frequency that the eyes usually send visual information to the brain. A pleasant sensation of soda bubbles can be felt on the tongue as the mind decodes this sensorial information as vivid pictures.

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Eye Candy Tumbler (2010)
       
     
Eye Candy Tumbler (2010)

Exhibited in 2010 at Design Miami in collaboration with Fendi

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Eye Candy Yellow (2007)
       
     
Eye Candy Yellow (2007)

Theatrical prototype

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Eye Candy Red (2007)
       
     
Eye Candy Red (2007)

Acquired by the MoMA for their permanent collection in 2007

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Red Sweets (2007)
       
     
Red Sweets (2007)

Acquired by the MoMA for their permanent collection in 2007