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The 3D-printed "dangerous popsicles" by bold or italics, create the aesthetics of use-unfriendliness by appearing as cacti and viruses. The collection of shaped ice explores a unique sensory experience by testing how people react to putting harmful things in their mouthes. The idea examines whether we first taste with our eyes and mind, rather than with our tongue.

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A close-up of the cactus shaped popsicles

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Silicone molds cast the ice forms

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The dangerous popsicles examine whether we first taste with our eyes and mind, rather than with our tongue.

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The original forms are 3D-printed.

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