Omm Nom Nom

Omm Nom Nom is a pop up book made to stimulate curiosity in anatomy and nutrition. When expanded, this lil’ critter monster cube takes you go on a fun and colorful journey through the digestive system. Hand illustrated and crafted from paper and birch plywood. Omm Nom Nom was featured in Grouphug‘s show Feed Me during NYC Design Week 2015. My illustrations and prototype were also selected as hero images for the exhibition post card mailers announcing the opening night party. The show was listed as one of the top 10 things to see during design week by Core77. Dave Pinter also wrote an article on psfk.com featuring Omm Nom Nom 👁‍

Feed Me exhibition explored the relationship between food and health as seen by an expanding popup book illustrating the digestive process

Exhibit photos via Grouphug.

“Grouphug was founded out of the belief that designers can and should use their creativity to address important societal issues. We don’t need another line of high-end chairs— we need creative solutions to complex problems that affect billions of people every day.”

– Krystal Persaud, Founder of Grouphug

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anatomy, art & design, biology, birch, book, deconstruction, digestion, education, food, graphic design, hand drawn, handcrafted, illustration, paper folding, plywood, pop up, pop up book, Print, product design, prototype, scroll saw, story, vertical panorama, Visual, woodworking