Breif to design a product inspired by a vegetable

Vine Hanger

Moe Redish

Looking at how tomatoes are hung and how this can be replicated as a product

Garlic Forms

Ella Merriman

Studying the variety of forms and shapes within a garlic. I was interested in how every garlic grows differently and how each clove is a different shape and size. Within one bulb the cloves range from small to large and yet they are packed together to create an almost symmetrical shape. I wanted to use this as inspiration to explore storage and see whether I could create an efficient way of packing together items of varying size.


Barnaby Lewis
Here I was doing some material experimentation whilst trying to evoke the cross-section of a cabbage.
The material is recycled HDPE, I got this by melting down old milk bottles (white) and a bleach bottle (blue) in the oven and then pressing it into a mould. The resulting material is completely machine workable, aesthetically interesting and very strong.


Vegan Thermos

Adam Watts

A little bit tongue in cheek, the shape and skin of the aubergine lent itself to a handsome design for a compostable drinks container



Chickpea Tote

Craig Burton



Tom Trolesen

Carrot fibre material


Luotta (Translation: pattern)

Anton mikkonen

Luotta is a slip casted porcelain set that draws its inspiration from onion skins. At a glance each piece appears almost identical, but a closer look reveals each ‘layers’ own imperfect uniqueness, true to the natural onion form.


95% Vase (prototype)

Kerry Steptoe


Eco friendly vegan leathers and Swede Scuplture

Catia Cabral

Testing potentially a vegetable source of leather, swede peel.

Bean wrap packaging

Leanne Kennerson

A question of why and how we package our produce.


David Moosavifard

Pumpkin Furniture inspired by pumpkin shape and pumpkin stem


Finlo Corrin pitching his idea for 1-day brief ‘There is no such thing as a vegetable’