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Food Inequality Belt / waist belt

Food Inequality Belt
Food Inequality Belt

Food Inequality Belt is an experimental concept of waist belt that addressing the food inequality issue prevails in our world.

By adding an isolated extra hole at the length of 15 inches, which is the waistline of a young Somalia Refugee Safiaa, the belt reminds wearer, especially one in developed nation, of the severe consequence of hunger and malnutrition that millions of people are suffering from in the developing world, especially the poor nations hit by 2007-2008 world food price crisis.


Food Inequality Belt tries to rouse people’s conscience on big issue by tiny design. A minimalism attempt.

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Samsung Design

Samsung Design
shanghai, China

Samsung Design Membership China

Design

Samsung Design

Samsung Design
shanghai, China

Xin Liu, Ling Tao,Samsung Design Membership China