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Last Supper Menu at Laser Party

Billed as a party from the future, Laser Party hosted by Design Glut and NY Designs in 2010 saw all manner of fun and games emerge from one action packed evening.

People were invited to submit ideas for laser cutting and laser etching to be produced for free as a part of the event.

When asked to come up with an idea of a product to test under the laser cutter, Jan Habraken and Alissia Melka-Teichroew decided that they had cut pretty much every material but food. This is where the hunt started: what foods can we cut or etch at the same time creating something fun and something that would be too complicated to do manually (why else would you laser cut?).

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