Chirp & Chomp
11.2021

9.5”x13”
The ideas around Entomophagy – the practice of eating bugs – tend to be erroneous and misinformed. This publication, containing interviews with chefs, data graphics and ads in support of introducing insects into people’s diet, challenges the misconceptions around this ancient practice and starts a conversation around a more sustainable future for food. It avoids photography making it more accessible for people, and uses a unique visual language and typographic style that is fun, experimental and slighly bizarre, to better match the nature of its content.