Artistic dish, 2019
Olives are a very common appetizer in Israel and appear in variety of occasions at the Mediterranean culture, from fancy meals, through snacks aside alcoholic drinks, and to a part of fast food resturants must. The olives have a respectable part of Israeli culinary arts, and that lead me to deal with the theme of olives eating.
Oliver was designed to solve two main aesthetic problems involved with eating olives: when you take an olive you won't touch all the other ones in the dish, and after you finish eating, left with a pip in your hand, you can throw it into its neck hole, let it disappear and leave nice sight behind. Oliver aesthetics is making the serve to your dining table to a special artistic serve, and the dining experience is unforgettable.
Photography: Hadar Dolan