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National Flags Designed Using Foods

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Posted January 27, 2014 by selin2 in ART
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Can you eat your nation’s flag? This sounds really crazy, but  the advertising agency WHYBIN\TBWA has come to Sydney International Food Festival as one of its promoters with these ‘eatable’ flags. The agency designed 18 national flags using foods each country is commonly associated with and that would also match the colors of the flag.
Photographed by Natalie Boog, the food stylist Trish Haegerty and art directors Miles Jeffreys - Matt Kemsley made a cool job! Choose yours!
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United Kingdom - scone, cream and jams
Italy - basil, pasta and tomatoes
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India
curry chicken, rice, cheera thoran and papadum wafer

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Brazil
banana leaf, limes, pineapple and passion fruit

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China
dragon fruit and star fruit

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United States
hot dogs, ketchup and mustard

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Greece
olives and feta cheese

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Japan
tuna and rice

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Lebanon
tomatoes, pita bread and parsley

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Vietnam
rambutan, lychee and starfruit

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Australia
meat pie and sauce

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South Korea
kimbap and sauces

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France
blue cheese, brie cheese and grapes

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Turkey
Turkish Delight

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Spain
chorizo and rice

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Indonesia
spicy curries and rice

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Thailand
sweet chilli sauce, shredded coconut and blue swimmer crab

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Switzerland
charcuteries and swiss cheese

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