29 August 2013

Are you patriots who are artistically and literally hungry?

Then these following edible objects are the answer for your greed.

Australian advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA created series of national flag made entirely from local, this is the most intriguing part, local delicacy. The aim of this project was to promote the Sydney International Food Festival, Australia's largest food festival, with nearly a million visitors last year.

They used a lot of food, from various cheese to brie, from Korean sauce to dangerously burning Indonesian sambal, from healthy lime and passion fruit to trashy hot dog. It's interesting how they could find a representative figure of star (like Australia, Vietnam, and China need it). Or how simplicity of a piece of meat  could perfectly showing-- you might have guessed it right--Japan.

So, ready to salivate?

Australia flag made from meat pie & sauce

Brazil flag made from banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit

China flag made from pittaya/dragon fruit and star fruit

France flag made from Blue cheese, brie and grapes

Greece flag made from Kalamata olives and feta cheese

India flag made from curries, rice, and pappadum wafer

Indonesia flag made from spicy curries (Sambal) and rice

Italy flag made from Basil, pasta, and tomatoes

Japan flag made from tuna and rice

Lebanon flag made from lavash, fattoush and herb sprig

South Korea flag made from Kimbap and sauces

Spain flag made from chorizo and rice

Switzerland flag made from charcuteries and emmental

Thailand flag made from sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab

Turkey flag made from Turkish Delight (Lokum)

United Kingdom flag made from scone, cream and jams

United States flag made from hot dogs, ketchup, and mustard or cheese

THE BEST: Vietnam flag made from rambutan, lychee and starfruit

Advertising Agency: WHYBIN/TBWA, Sydney, Australia
Executive Creative Director: Garry Horner
Creative Director: Matt Kemsley
Art Director: Miles Jeffreys
Copywriter: Tammy Keegan
Photographer: Natalie Boog
Retoucher: Nick Mueller
Food Stylist: Trish Heagerty

Signorfandi, delish-ly looking good!