Why I love my job

I regard my designs as canvases for chefs to work with. To display their delicious dishes and be creative with the art of plating. Therefor I love it when I stumble upon pictures of my plates with beautiful food.

The TEXTURE plates designed for Vista Alegre are an especially good example of my vision on how plates can serve as a blank canvas for chefs. The lovely photos depicted here are from some pretty impressive names in the culinairy scene.

A close-up of the Texture plate.

Gorgeous plating by Jean Yves Schillinger and his epynomous two Michelin star restaurant in Colmar, France. I should go there one day... >

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This colourful plate is of the skillful hands of Soenil Bahadoer. He is the chef of De Lindenhof** in Nuenen, The Netherlands. Love it!

Close up of this lovely dish by Jean-Michel Loessel of Les Semailles in Le Wantzenau, France. Mouthwatering isn't it?

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Finishing touch on this amazing dish that mimics the texture of the plate it is presented on. Or vice versa. A creation of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon. Speaking of legends.

Simple, clean styling done by Vista Alegre. It makes the texture really pop out.

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I'll have this dessert. Food presentation on another level! A creation of Jean Michel Loessel.

Close-up of delicious plating done by Soenil Bahadoer. Nuenen here I come ;)

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Close-up of the Texture plate.

Jean Michel Loessel nails it again! The colours and depth are amazing. I'm a fan :) >

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Did you spot my plates somewhere? Or any of my other designs? Let me know!
Whether it is at home, a restaurant or Instagram. Make me happy, it's why I love my job :)


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