Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Infographics simplify classic city food

Food-hero-1.jpg
food-hero-2.jpg

Food is a universal language. Which is just as well, as we have very little idea as to the finer details of these infographics from Barcelona-based design studio L’esstudi.

But we catch their drift. It's the drift we love.

The staple foods of five cities - London, New York, Donosti (which Google tells us is in northern Spain), Naples and Tokyo - have been reduced and simplified into these colourful pallet moisteners. Each ingredient of London's sandwiches, New York's burgers and Tokyo's sushi have been assigned their own key to allow for easy identification.

A feast for the eyes, we're now popping out for a little of all of it.

(Images: L’esstudi)

Related

Big-brands-hero.jpg

The Corporate States of America map

State-hawaii-detail_1024x1024-hero.jpg

Minimalist stateside maps

HERO1.jpg

30 most inventive resumes

Comments

More

TIME's new Donald Trump interview is very, very worrying

Just when you thought he'd changed...

by Emily Badiozzaman
07 Dec 2016

Your £5 note is worth £50,000 if it has this secret doodle

by Sam Rowe
07 Dec 2016

Revealed: why Chinese tourists were going to that Oxford village

This actually makes some sense

by Dave Fawbert
07 Dec 2016

Polish Christmas ad outfoxes John Lewis

The advert has clocked four million YouTube hits and is jerking tears worldwide

by Sam Rowe
07 Dec 2016

This is how to get 18 days off work with just 9 days holiday in 2017

Get booking now before everyone else realises

by Dave Fawbert
06 Dec 2016

Prosecco and mulled wine tea bags are here

Have yourself a very merry festive time

by Dave Fawbert
06 Dec 2016

Here are the reasons why people stay in miserable relationships

A new study has explained why miserable couples stay together

by Tom Fordy
06 Dec 2016

London is getting its first gin hotel this December

We speak to the geniuses behind the opening of Portobello Road's epic sleep over distillery

by Jamie Carson
06 Dec 2016

Nigel Farage shortlisted for TIME Magazine's 2016 Person of the Year

Adolf Hitler held the title in 1938, so there’s that

by Joe Ellison
06 Dec 2016

Here are the words that other countries use to describe relationships

All the terms that would be much better to describe your 'life partner'

by David Cornish
05 Dec 2016