MimeticMaps that make meat mimic maps. It’s not just a tongue-twister. It’s an art-book created by Tomoyuki Koseko that visualizes the unexpected similarities between meats and maps. Finland becomes a sirloin steak, Taiwan becomes a fillet and Cuba becomes sliced pork chops.
At its essence, MimeticMaps is about seeing the world differently, which is exactly what Tokyo-based designer Tomoyuki Koseko is interested in. He’ll be the first to admit that his works aren’t rich or colorful. Instead, Koseko’s projects involve a humorous approach to understanding perception, and how it relates to shapes and colors.
If you’re interested in purchasing a copy you the artist has an online shop where he sells books and prints.