ORGANIZER: The project was created as part of the critical design workshops led by dr Daniel Zielinski at the turn of 2013/2014 at the Fine Arts Academy in Warsaw. The final project was implemented for production by Mortis Design.
TC/6 bread form provides an answer to the “Make food not war” slogan. Bread is perceived as a basic food all around the world, regardless of its form. TC/6 abbreviation refers to a popular anti-tank mine, which has a flat, cylindrical shape and is 30 cm in diameter and 14 cm in height. This particular form ensures a classic, round-shaped loaf of bread. Placing a mine costs $3, whilst defusing it – $1000. The cost of baking high-quality sourdough bread totals the exact same amount as placing a mine.
2015 | Design Alive magazine No. 16 (special Lodz Design Festival edition) | author: Angelika Ogrocka | Pacyfistyczny chleb | p. 24
2015 | SMAK magazine No. 12 | ISSN: 2299-2839 | author: SMAK magazine | Gry chlebowe | p. 150-152
2014 | Usta magazine No. 12 | ISSN: 2353-401X | Detonacja na zakwasie | p. 10
2014 | Design Alive magazine No. 10 | index: 281581 | author: Angelika Ogrocka | Zjedz talerz | p. 37
2015 | PL Warsaw – WAWA Design Festival | Czern to stan umyslu exhibition
2014 | PL Wroclaw – WrocLove Festival | Narcyzm competition – final project