Papercraft Hamburger: The Future of Food?

I don’t know if you remember Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, also known collectively as Zim & Zou, but some time last year, we showcased their very colorful papercraft gadgets. If you are not into pretty colors, you might not appreciate their work at first glance. However, the intricacy of the details of each papercraft gadget will certainly elicit a positive response from anyone.

The French designers are back, and this time, they have turned their attention to another thing that never fails to get my attention: the hamburger.

Zim & Zou have constructed a papercraft hamburger that will definitely turn heads. Their work is dubbed the “Future of Food” and is being featured as the cover for the magazine Icon. Gaze at this papercraft hamburger ensemble in full.

Papercraft Hamburger


As I said, one can’t help but do a double take, if only because of the colors used. However, closer inspection will give you a better appreciation of the work and creativity that has gone into the papercraft hamburger. Here’s the future of food up close.

Papercraft Hamburger Up Close


And if you want to see the individual ingredients, you may do so.

Papercraft Hamburger Pieces


Can you name them all?
Oh, and since we are talking about the future, this might very well be how this papercraft hamburger will be assembled. No humans involved.

Making of Papercraft Hamburger


I don’t know about you, but if this is the future of food, I might just be forced to go on a diet or look for alternative food sources.
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