With the wet days seeming to outweigh the sunny ones at the moment, it’s always hard to find something to entertain the kids with that won’t cost you the earth.
Well, look no further than the Fake Food Park at the National Gallery Victoria.
This brilliant, interactive kids’ space is the brain child of well-known designer Martí Guixé. His innovative approach to commercial products, interiors and food design has made him a stand out artist.
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The Fake Food Park is designed specifically with little people in mind. It aims to encourage kids to rethink our everyday food and create new food tastes and concepts. The limit is each child’s imagination.
Complete with hands-on activities for kids to get their creative juices flowing when it comes to every day food, you’ll be hard pushed to tear them away.
The bright colourful spaces encourage kids to don an apron and cook up an artistic delight using Guixe’s own artistic food concepts.
Once the kids have added their own dash of sound, smell, texture and more, the kids can share their artistic culinary delights with family and friends before starting again.