Food and flags seem a good combination for an afternoon of fun and connection with your children. If you cannot find your country’s flag below, make it up!
NATIONAL FLAGS MADE FROM EACH COUNTRY’S TRADITIONAL FOODS
As part of a promotion for the Sydney International Food Festival, the advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA designed 18 national flags using foods each country is commonly associated with and that would also match the colors of the flag.
Above: India curry chicken, rice, cheera thoran and papadum wafer
banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit
dragon fruit and star fruit
hot dogs, ketchup and mustard
olives and feta cheese
tuna and rice
tomatoes, pita bread and parsley
rambutan, lychee and starfruit
meat pie and sauce
kimbap and sauces
blue cheese, brie cheese and grapes
scone, cream and jams
chorizo and rice
spicy curries and rice
sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab
charcuteries and swiss cheese
Client: Sydney International Food Festival
Advertising Agency: WHYBIN\TBWA, Sydney, Australia
Executive Creative Director: Garry Horner
Creative Director: Matt Kemsley
Art Director: Miles Jeffreys
Copywriter: Tammy Keegan
Photographer: Natalie Boog
Retoucher: Nick Mueller
Food Stylist: Trish Heagerty
This post first appeared on Lyliane Stewart’s site parentingeastwest.com on February 24, 2014.
Lyliane Stewart is a teacher, a positive discipline parent educator and a mother of two young adults. Originally from Switzerland, she lives with her husband in Beijing where she has been very active with the school community over the years. Her personal experience of living internationally in a cross-cultural family has given her a good understanding of the various challenges encountered by multi-cultural, multi-lingual expatriate families. Passionate about psychology and education, she founded Parenting East West to offer support to families around the world. Lyliane believes that by gaining a better understanding of ourselves, and of human relationships in general, we become better equipped for parenting. She offers weekly interactive parenting classes through which she introduces positive parenting tools and strategies.
The Mums2B group she started meets in Sanlitun weekly and welcomes new expectant parents.To get in touch, send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org