With baking more popular than ever, it seems everyone you meet is a Mary Berry or a Nigella in the making. For some people (like me), this can be quite intimidating if your only real experience in the kitchen is removing the plastic sleeve of a microwave ready meal.
Luckily though, there is still hope for us yet. The clever people at STUDIOLAV have created a set of wooden stamps that combine baking with high-end fashion. If you've never tried a Tweed Herringbone cookie then you haven't truly lived.
The two piece set of stamps enables bakers to print the iconic fabric patterns of Pied de Poule and Tweed Herringbone on to bakes to transform bread, cookies and pies into small 'haute couture' marvels.
STUDIOLAV is a "young and passionate, multidisciplinary, design studio" founded by Central Saint Martins graduates, Loukas Angelou and Vasso Asfi.
"Through their work they look into different ways of reinterpreting ideas and typologies. With playful and ironic spirit they express their investigating tendencies and curiosities regarding perceptions of form and materiality. They highly value the importance of the emotional connection between people and objects and they often use narratives to expose it."
Discover more at www.studiolav.com.